For the whiskey lover in your law firm, we’ve hand-picked five top-shelf bottles from small, independent distillers (the kind you won’t find at a big-box retailer).

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This Analog Lawyer Gift Guide for Lawyer Who Analog takes the concept of analog onto a new course to use you, our discerning viewers, a collection of small-batch, hard-to-find, primarily unknown, rather remarkable and prize-winning American whiskies.

Obtain the guide, and make certain to use code ATTORNEY10 for 10% off any type of order over $100.

Wait, Did You Claim Bourbon?
I understand what you’re wondering: Where are the pencils? Where are the Post-it notes? I ensure you, I swear, there is nothing even more analog than creating a really great container of scotch, bourbon or rye. It is a craft that can just be functioned by hand, slowly, with time, causing an item where every container is one-of-a-kind. Like a signature.

Since the American Bourbon Renaissance Is Actual and Ongoing
You may have become aware of several of the brands that have jumped into the public eye in the last years. Brand Names like Pappy Van Winkle, Michter’s and Basil Hayden’s. Yet right here’s the intriguing aspect of these and various other relatively independent whiskies you may have discovered at your liquor stand: They’re made in the very same distilleries as the large brand names that possess them. They are great whiskies, yet they are just the idea of the spear. Numerous startup distilleries in nearly every state are competing to be the following Pappy.

What remains in the guide?
Looter alert: 5 unbelievable whiskies. Initially, a new expression of America’s initial distillation, from 17th century Virginia. Next off, an upstart new Irish bourbon that’s got a difficult junkyard canine mindset. There’s a specialty bourbon with a sexy Brazilian individuality. We discovered a South Carolina distillery whose scotch is as classy and distinct as the bottle it can be found in. Finally, there’s a damned stunning straight rye out of Chicago birthing the special wisdom and mischievous elan of a historical American icon.

Best of all, we were able to source these bottles from a solitary representative, making your purchase a one-stop shop– and don’t forget the price cut (see listed below).

This Brings Us to All American Bourbon
A couple of years back, your modest Analog Attorney columnist and a qualified coworker released a brand-new site magazine: All American Bourbon. Our function is to release top-shelf discussing the culture of American whiskey. Not reviews, because just how you experience the flavor of a bourbon is purely subjective and tasting notes never ever truly make sense. There are 86 various other scotch websites doing testimonials; additionally, see the previous sentence concerning subjectivity. We are authors. Our goal is to tell the tales of individuals making the scotch, from the entrepreneurs with the required insaneness to launch a distillery, to the master craftsmen who develop one-of-a-kind flavor profiles, to the people putting you a shot in a bar. Their tales are what makes the bourbon great.

Discounts Just for You

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The distilleries listed above — and a few more — are all in the gift guide curated by All American Whiskey (and yours truly) in collaboration with Big Thirst. We’ve developed a little bit of a relationship with these folks, and they have graciously offered a discount code for our readers.

Clicking on this link will take you to a page where you can get the gift guide straight away. If you like what you see in the guide, use the discount code ATTORNEY10 to save 10% on orders over $100.

And please do check out the All American Whiskey website and newsletter.

Editor’s note: Neither the author, All American Whiskey, nor Attorney at Work is being compensated by the companies listed. Enjoy your celebrations, and please drink responsibly.

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