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Friday, April 29, 2016

Stone Encore



20TH ANNIVERSARY ENCORE SERIES: STONE 6TH ANNIVERSARY PORTER

Stone Encore 6th Anniversary Porter...$7.49 / 22oz
We celebrated our first five years in business by releasing anniversary India pale ales, with each subsequent IPA brewed to be hoppier and more intense than the previous. For our 6th anniversary in 2002, we extended this concept by making an intensified version of Stone Smoked Porter. We cranked up the malts and hops a notch or three and conditioned it on French and American oak, which accentuated our porter’s distinctive smokiness and amplified its chocolate and roast coffee flavors while also adding subtle notes of toffee, cherries, dried berries and vanilla. We’re proud to give those who missed out—as well as those who didn’t—a fresh shot at experiencing this smoky, dark-as-night wonder.

Oskar Blues Beerito


This beer will be at our Beer Fest - read more

Oskar Blues Beerito...$8.99 / 6 pack
Beerito (4% ABV, 21 IBUs) is a light bodied, amber Mexican lager brewed with premium German and coloRADo sourced craft malts and featuring a crisp accent from noble hops. The mouth feel is incredibly smooth with flavors of walnut, toasted bread, plum, honey and cocoa - 4% ABV doesn't always come with this kind of character.

Logboat Brewing Bear Hair



Logboat Brewing Bear Hair...$6.49 / 22oz
6.5% ABV
30 IBU
Bear Hair is a Belgian-style Blonde Ale with a hazy, straw-colored hue. Our yeast provides a light, refreshing citrus character and a spicy finish.
Pairs well with herb cheese, shrimp cocktail and bratwurst. Light dishes like fresh fish and chicken would go great with a Bear Hair as well.



Plus more arrived....
Logboat Brewing Imperial March Stout...$11.99 / 22oz

An imperial stout aged on oak.  Aromas of leather, oak, and vanilla join on the palette to enhance the toffee and coconut notes.

Abita 22 oz new releases



Abita Cofee Stout Aged in Bourbon Barrels....$4.49 / 22oz
This dark Coffee Stout is brewed with pale caramel, chocolate and roasted malts and oats.  Willamette hops balance the malt sweetness.  After fermentation and first aging, the beer is aged again in oak bourbon barrels.   Espresso Dolce beans from PJs Cofee are added to the beer for a blend of flavors including coffee, malt, wood and hints of vanilla.  





Abita Shotgun Double IPA....$4.49 / 22oz
The shotgun house is a New Orleans classic. Fire a shotgun through the front door and it will pass out the back and never touch a wall...or so the story goes. Shotgun Double IPA is wall-to-wall hops with plenty of pale malt. Hopped in the brewhouse with multiple varieties including Amarillo and Centennial, then dry hopped with Simcoe, Citra and Cascade. A blast of intense flavors and aromas of pine, citrus and tropical fruit.









Plus back in stock....
Abita Triple Haze Raspberry Lager....$4.49 / 22oz
Triple Haze is a take on one of our most popular year round offerings, Purple Haze. It is a strong golden lager made with malted barley and wheat. It is hopped with German Perle hops to give the beer a delicate hop flavor. After the beer is filtered, a generous amount of fresh raspberry puree is added. This gives the beer a tartly sweet taste and aroma as well as a bright purple color and haze.

Triple Haze is a great dessert beer. It pairs well with fruit desserts or sorbets. It is also excellent with chocolate dishes or cheeses such as St. Andre, mascarpone and brie.

Rare Pegau White!!

We got in a few cases in December and it sold out immediately.  We were able to score 15 more bottles (they come in 3 bottle wood cases).    Direct from the cellars of Pegau - we pre-paid for them months in advance just to convince them to sell us some more.

One of the best white wines we have ever tasted.



Only 100 - 3 bottle cases made -- 300 bottles - that is it for the world!

2014 Pegau Chateauneuf du Pape Cuvee A Tempo...$189.99
The finest white ever produced at this estate is unquestionably the 2014 Châteauneuf du Pape Cuvée A Tempo. Made by assistant winemaker Andreas Lenzenwoger, who’s increasingly leading up the white program here (for the better), it comes all from the Mont Pertuis lieu-dit located just to the east of the village, and was farmed all organically/biodynamically. I actually visited this vineyard last year prior to harvest and it was noticeably more healthy and vibrant than just about every other vineyard in the area. A blend of equal parts Grenache Blanc, Clairette, and Roussanne that was vinified and aged five months in equal parts stainless steel tanks and French oak, there’s a tiny 100 cases to go around. It offers incredible notes of lychee, subtle pineapple, mint and hints of exotic herbs to go with a medium to full-bodied, ultra-pure, layered and concentrated feel on the palate. Hats off to Andreas for busting his butt in the vineyard and he’s made a sensational white that can be enjoyed today or cellared for a decade.
Rated 95/100 The Wine Advocate

Farro and Fish Sauce Recipe



Farro, a grain, is an unhybridized form of wheat. It has a firm, chewy texture. Cleaned and pearl shaped, Roland Farro is a product of Italy. Farro is the first grain made from wheat, and dates back to the ancient Egyptians.


Farro and Tomato Salad with Fish-Sauce Vinaigrette

We are always looking for new recipes to use our amazing Red Boat Fish Sauce and this Salad is perfect for you next BBQ or large gathering. The Farro really makes this healthy and hearty. Feel free to make well ahead in order for the flavors to come together.



For the vinaigrette:
1 garlic clove, grated
3 tablespoons Red Boat Fish Sauce 
***
2 tablespoons white wine vinegar 
***
1 tablespoon sugar

Farro 
1 cup Roland Farro  
***
Sea Salt   
***
1 tablespoon olive oil  
***
1 bunch scallions, trimmed
8 ounces small tomatoes, preferably heirloom, cut into 1/2" wedges
8 ounces cherry and/or pear tomatoes, halved
2 Persian cucumbers, thinly sliced
1/2 cup parsley leaves
1/2 cup tarragon leaves

Freshly ground black pepper
*** In stock at The Wine and Cheese Place Forsyth

PREPARATION
Vinaigrette:

Whisk garlic, fish sauce, vinegar, sugar, and 1 tablespoon water in a small bowl until sugar dissolves.  Vinaigrette can be made 1 week ahead. Cover and chill.

Farro
Cook Roland Farro according to package directions.  Drain; transfer to a large bowl.

Heat oil in a large skillet over medium-high. Cook scallions, turning occasionally, until charred all over, about 4 minutes. Transfer to bowl with farro. Add both types of tomatoes, cucumbers, parsley, and tarragon and toss to combine. Add vinaigrette and toss again to coat; season with pepper.

Barbi Brunello scores 94 points





2010 Fatoria Barbi Brunello di Montalcino...$46.99
Fattoria dei Barbi's 2010 Brunello di Montalcino starts with a tightly wound personality that begins to unravel slowly, one delicate layer at a time. As it does, you become aware of dried fruit, cigar box, crushed mineral, plum, tar and cola. The wine puts on a beautiful display. I also loved the mouthfeel of this beautiful wine: It is tonic, tight and brimming with energy. Well-integrated oak notes give the wine a spot of softness and velvety spice. This is one beautiful Sangiovese.
Rated 94/100 The Wine Advocate

Beer/Wine/Liquor Tastings this Week!


This Weekend's Tastings!
Friday, April 29 from 4-6pm

The Wine and Cheese Place - Forsyth
7435 Forsyth Blvd, Clayton MO 63105
314.727.8788


  • Uinta Hop Nosh Tangerine IPA
  • Saugatuck Backyard IPA
  • Saugatuck Starburst Wheat
  • 2nd Shift Green Bird Gose


Classic Beer of the Week:
With Cinco de Mayo coming....Pacifico Clara

The Pacifico Brewery, located in beautiful Mazatlán, Mexico was founded in 1900 by German settlers and was acquired by Grupo Modelo in 1954. Its unique packaging and distinctive taste made Pacifico a popular choice with American surfers who brought it into the U.S., and in 1985 Grupo Modelo began exporting Pacifico to the United States.
Pacifico is made with filtered water, malted barley, hops, corn and yeast. Its clean and hearty flavor makes Pacifico an exceptionally drinkable lager that’s compatible with all types of food, especially seafood.
4.4% alcohol by volume

Plus we will feature a wine tonight also -- one of our best new whites...
2014 Leaping Horse Chardonnay....$9.99
A spicy, nicely oaky aroma catches the attention right away. Next, equally oak-influenced flavors like vanilla and cinnamon complement solid pear and crisp apple notes. This has good complexity and makes a fine example of a well oaked Chardonnay. BEST BUY."
Rated 88/100 The Wine Enthusiast
The world loves Chardonnay because of its clean, fruity, yet dynamic characteristics. It is just an all-around great wine. Perfect weight with a delightful pale yellow hue, the Leaping Horse Vineyards Chardonnay is bright and crisp from start to finish. It has a nice richness with just the perfect hint of butter balanced with tropical fruit aromas and flavors. The finish hints to a bit of lemon zest to give it that crisp finish to keep you wanting more.
This wine is excellent with vegetarian pastas, herb roasted chicken, grilled salmon, barbecued scallops or a seafood pasta in cream sauce.







Beer Tasting - New Ballas
The Wine and Cheese Place
457 N. New Ballas in Creve Coeur



  • Old Bakery Citrus Wheat
  • Old Bakery Porter






Barrel Aged products



Barrel Aged...back in stock


Bourbon Barrel Worcestershire Sauce...$5.99 / 100ml
Our Bourbon Barrel Aged Worcestershire Sauce is a unique take on the traditional all-purpose seasoning. We developed a sauce that utilizes the flavors of Kentucky’s Bourbon country. It’s sweetened with sorghum, blended with pure Kentucky limestone spring water, and mellowed in bourbon barrels that were used to age some of the Bluegrass State’s finest Bourbons. It also is vegetarian and contains no anchovies. Check out our recipe link for more ideas.


Another great Artisanal Soy Sauce
Bluegrass Soy Sauce...$6.99 / 100ml
Our Bluegrass Soy Sauce is microbrewed in small batches using only whole Kentucky grown Non-GMO soybeans, soft red winter wheat, and the purest limestone filtered Kentucky spring water. We ferment and age the soybean mash in re-purposed bourbon barrels. It’s smoky and brothy with hints of oak and a mild sweetness reminiscent of fine Kentucky bourbon.  Bluegrass Soy Sauce was featured on Bizarre Foods America,America’s Heartland, and How It’s Made. Read about Bluegrass Soy Sauce in The New York Times, Southern Living, Garden and Gun, and Food and Dining.




Kentuckyaki - Kentucky Style Teriyaki with Bourbon...$9.99 / 375ml
Kentuckyaki is Kentucky style Teriyaki sauce. It’s flavored with Kentucky bourbon, sweetened with Kentucky sorghum, and is flavored with fresh ginger and garlic. It’s all natural and preservative free…it’s vegetarian but tastes great on meat!




Bourbon Smoked Paprika...$8.39
There is smoked paprika, but this is the only one bourbon smoked paprika. This is sweet, piquant, and smoky. It’s a staff favorite on popcorn and a summer staple for corn on the cob!



Kentucky Pure Cane Sorghum...$9.99 / 8oz
Our Pure Cane Sweet Sorghum is estate grown, harvested by hand, and processed by our friend Danny Ray Townsend from Townsend’s Sorghum Mill. Mr. Townsend is a 5th generation Sorghum grower and processor and his sorghum has won more than a few blue ribbons at the national level! We’re proud to know him and love his sorghum!





Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries


Back in stock


Woodford Reserve Bourbon Cherries...$13.99 / 11oz
Muddle, garnish, and top your favorite cocktails with Woodford Reserve® Bourbon Cherries. Gorgeous deep ruby color with a long stem and no pit. Made from natural ingredients, these cherries bring a brightness along with hints of Kentucky’s finest bourbon to recipes.
Refrigerate after opening




Woodford Reserve® Mint Julep Sugar...$8.99 / 5oz
What is more fitting than one of the world”s best bourbons paired with the Kentucky Derby”s official drink? Woodford Reserve® Mint Julep Sugar combines natural mint flavors with Demerara sugar to make a sugar that is perfect for cocktails, desserts, or rubs.
Woodford Reserve Aromatic Bitters....$13.99 /100ml
Though aromatic bitters are no stranger to well-stocked liquor cabinets and bars, Woodford Reserve Aromatic Bitters are carefully crafted to pull out the essential flavors of your favorite cocktail. Try making a martini or Manhattan with Woodford Reserve® Aromatic Bitters.
Alcohol is 45%


Woodford Reserve Sassafras and Sorghum Bitters...$13.99 / 100ml

Sorghum was once America’s preferred sweetener, and it is still a Kentucky staple. By combining the earthy and unforgettable flavors of Kentucky sorghum with the natural sweetness of sassafras, Woodford Reserve Sassafras and Sorghum Bitters creates brightness in any cocktail. Use Sassafras and Sorghum Bitters in a classic Manhattan for a Rootbeer Manhattan, or add a dash to an Old Fashioned.


Woodford Reserve Spiced Cherry Bitters...$13.99 / 100ml

The distinct, natural flavors of Woodford Reserve Spiced Cherry Bitters highlights flavors of any cocktail, while also adding distinct cherry notes. Try making a Spiced Cherry Manhattan with Woodford Reserve® Spiced Cherry Bitters.
Spiced Cherry Flavor

Alcohol is 45%



Woodford Reserve Mint Julep Simple Syrup...$6.99 / 100ml
Featured in Woodford Reserve’s 2014 $1,000 Mint Julep Simple Syrup. This simple syrup is rich and minty. Made from a raw Demerara sugar, the unique taste of this simple syrup is perfect in cocktails, coffee, and other drinks.




Woodford Reserve Sorghum Vinaigrette...$9.99 / 8oz
Woodford Reserve Bourbon Sorghum Vinaigrette salad dressing combines the finest Kentucky canesorghum syrup with the many delicious flavor notes of Woodford Reserve®. Sorghum Viniagrette was developed by Chef in Residence, Ouita Michel of Holly Hill Inn and Woodford Reserve. Try drizzling Bourbon Sorghum Vinaigrette over a baby greens salad, in pasta salad, or as a marinade.





Beer Fest 2016 - 10th Anniversary!!


This will be our 10th annual Beer Fest!!
Saturday May 21, 2016

Plus, Mission Taco Food Truck this year


We are excited to have 4 Hands Brewing
sponsoring the glasses for our 10th Anniversary




BRC - Limited Session 12pm-1pm (obviously you can stay until 3pm)

(Limited to about 100 people)
Emails will be sent to the top BRC customers (plus a guest for them) based on beer purchases only. I will send the emails out either Saturday or Sunday. Purchases will count towards the report through Friday April 29 at 7pm.


Open Session 1pm-3pm - more info next week.
The first 100 people to arrive for the open session will get a 4 Hands commemorative glass also!

As always, please support the breweries coming to the event.  We like to show our support to the participants.


Confirmed to pour -- many more beers coming.  Will continue to update the list.
*** not for sale, tasting only.  There will be limited bottles to taste until they are gone.  We will space out opening them out each half hour.  
The breweries and us like to show some limited beers that are not for purchase to show our appreciation for your support this year and through the past 34 years we have been here in St. Louis.


Shelton Brothers - Importer
  • Prairie Standard
  • Prairie Vous Francais
  • Jolly Pumpkin Bam Biere
  • Jolly Pumpkin Madrugada Obscura
  • North Peak Archangel
  • Crooked Stave Vieille
  • Crooked Stave Hop Savant
  • Argus Ciderkin
  • Argus Ginger Perry
  • Mikkeller Simcoe IPA
  • Mikkeller Mosaic Black IPA
  • De La Senne Taras Boulba
  • plus some surprise beers

Alpha Brewing - St. Louis
  • Atheist Ale
  • The Sagwa Imperial IPA. 9% 120 IBUs brewed for our 3rd anniversary 
  • Rouge Beier Raspberry Sour Ale aged in Red Wine barrels   ***
  • Braun Flemish Red Ale aged in Red Wine Barrels
  • Sunkn Treasure Gose 

Tallgrass Brewing - Kansas

  • Top Rope IPA
  • Songbird Saison
  • Half Pipe Tart Pale Ale
  • Raspberry Jam Berliner Weisse
  • Sweet Tooth Belgian Dark Strong w/Salt & Brown Sugar


Destihl Brewing - Illinois

  • Abbey's Single
  • Weissenheimer Heffeweizen
  • Vertex IPA
  • Hoperation Overload
  • Here Gose Nothin

Earthbound Brewing - St. Louis
  • Belgium Pale Ale
  • Irish Red
  • Open Source Brown
  • Mahlab ESB

Bur Oak Brewing - Missouri
  • Big Tree IPA
  • Boone County Brown
  • Trailbender

Great River Brewing - Iowa
  • Dirty Blonde
  • 483 Pale Ale
  • Milk Stout
  • Farmer Brown Ale
  • Roller Dam Red

2nd Shift Brewing - Missouri
  • 2nd Shift Katy
  • 2nd Shift IPA - not sure which yet
  • 2nd Shift  Chateau La Douchebag special keg of Batch #2  ***
  • 2nd Shift Bourbon Barrel Aged Vanilla LSD ***

Firestone Walker - California
  • Firestone Walker Easy Jack
  • Firestone Walker Union Jack
  • Firestone Walker Pivo
  • Firestone Walker Parabola  ***
  • Firestone Walker 19th Anniversary  ***
  • Firestone Walker Bretta Rose   ***
  • Firestone Walker Sucaba    ***


Log Boat Brewing - Missouri

  • Logboat Shiphead Ginger Wheat
  • Logboat Mamoot Mild Ale
  • Logboat Snapper IPA
  • Logboat Lookout Pale Ale


4 Hands Brewing - St. Louis
  • 4 Hands Contact High with Lime
  • 4 Hands Passion Fruit Prussia
  • 4 Hands City Wide



Oskar Blues - Colorado
  • Oskar Blues Chaka ***
  • Oskar Blues Beerita Mexican Lager
  • Oskar Blues Priscilla White ***
  • Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial Stout 2014  ***
  • Oskar Blues Ten Fidy Imperial Stout 2015  ***

Merchant du Vin - importer
  • Brasserie du Bocq Saison 1858
  • Brasserie du Bocq Blanche De Namur –Witbier
  • Lindemans Lambic Cuvee Rene Oude Kriek
  • Lindemans Lambic Cuvee Rene Oude Gueuze
  • Westmalle Trappist Dubbel
  • Westmalle Trappist Tripel
  • Samuel Smith’s Organic Apricot Ale
  • Samuel Smith's Organic Raspberry Ale
  • Samuel Smith's Organic Chocolate Stout

Public House Brewing - Missouri

  • Rod’s Cream Ale
  • Revelation Stout
  • Hide and Seek Hefeweizen
  • Elusive IPA
  • Thorn & Heat Strawberry Wheat Ale


    Beer list is subject to change based on availability and what might be released between now and the event.  But this list is going to be amazing.  Thank you.

    La Trappe OAK AGED Batch #23



    La Trappe OAK AGED Quadrupel Trappist Ale...$16.99 / 375ml
    New - BATCH 23
    For this beer, the following barrels were used in the following proportions:
    Type

    80% Spatburgunder
    10% New Oak Medium Toast
    5% New Oak High Toast
    5% Acacia Wood
    We have meanwhile proudly presented BATCH 23.
    Exactly three years ago the famous Oak Aged Spätburgunder was first launched on the market. This second version of the famous German red wine is strikingly different. Both in terms of bouquet and taste the aroma of this pinot noir is very recognisable. There are also notes of sweet apple, banana and dates. The overall taste association produces an effect of spices. The fairly rigorous carbonization ensures a tantalising aroma and flavour. The taste includes a lot of wood tannins. This comes from a subtly sweet red wine that hints at a port wine. The taste lingers and slowly develops with a red-wine aftertaste. With a gentle hint of tobacco, this BATCH 23 from the famous Quadrupel is beery and full-flavoured. The alcohol remains firmly in the background, although the 11% of the Quadrupel is preserved.



    Oak Aged
    In 2009, Beerbrewery the Koningshoeven decided to restore an old tradition and started to mature La Trappe Quadrupel in barriques (wooden barrels). This traditional way of aging in wooden barrels got more and more into the background in the 20st century. Koningshoeven thought 2010 was the right time for this tradition to be picked up again. Maturing the beer for about 12 months on the wooden barrels creates a unique, complex flavour. The taste varies by the type of barrel that is used.
    This beer can be stored for many years and is a treat for the true beer lover. The full, complex flavour with many types of tannin, however, will also surprise many wine drinkers!

    Types of barrels
    We use different types of barrels, both new and used. The new barrels provide tannins, vanilla and almond associations. The used barrels provide an interesting taste combination which varies according to what fluid the barrels originally were filled with. The first filling / batch of Quadrupel Oak Aged is available from June 18, 2010. The batch number is stated on the back label.

    Thursday, April 28, 2016

    Uinta Hop Nosh Tangerine IPA



    Uinta Hop Nosh Tangerine IPA....$8.49 / 6 pack cans
    IPA brewed with Tangerine

    Avery Lunctis Viribus Barrel Aged Sour Ale

    More arrived, no limit
    Avery Lunctis Viribus Barrel Aged Sour Ale....$11.99
    50% Aged in Tequila Barrels 
    50% Aged in Cabernet Sauvignon Barrels.



    Saugatuck Brewing


    Saugatuck Brewing Oval Beach Blonde...$9.49 / 6pk
    An easy drinking light ale with subtle malt flavors and aroma perfectly paired with a well balanced body. Oval Beach Blonde is a great everyday pint and a perfect gateway into the world of craft beer for inexperienced beer drinkers.



    Saugatuck Brewing Starburst Wheat...$9.49 / 6pk
    An explosion of tart, fruity flavors will erupt in your senses as you take your first sip of this perfectly balanced wheat beer. The sensation can only be matched by the brilliant aroma from dry hopping with massive amounts of Amarillo and Motueka hops.




    Saugatuck Brewing Backyard IPA...$9.49 / 6pk
    A refreshing IPA, light-bodied with a hoppy burst of flavor. This 4.5% ABV Session IPA is ‘the perfect beer if you like to do stuff. [Tier 1]
    ABV:4.5%

    IBU:45
    Hops:Simcoe, Warrior, Centennial, Citra, Motueka


    SBC Beer Survival Kit...$18.99 / 12 pack
    Be prepared for any situation with the SBC beer survival kit!
    Included in the Survival Kit is:
    3 bottles of the following:

    • Bonfire Brown
    • Singapore IPA
    • ESB Amber
    • Saugatuck Specialty 5ive 4uarter Porter

    Plus, with every variety pack comes a special surprise. Want to know what it is? You’ll just have to pick one up and find out.

    2nd Shift Green Bird Gose

    Back in stock!




    2nd Shift The Bridge Green Bird Gose...$6.49 / 750ml
    So a Gose (say GO-SUH) is a German style of beer that is a little salty and coriandery.
    Very easy drinkin and quaffable.
    4.5% abv
    6 IBU

    Popcorn Suttons The Original XXX Small Batch


    New bottle, the mason jar is gone
    Popcorn Suttons The Original XXX Small Batch Moonshine...$24.99 / 750ml
    Tennessee Whiskey Legend, Marvin “Popcorn” Sutton was a third generation Moonshiner that lived and distilled his whiskey in Cocke County, Tennessee, but also claimed North Carolina as home.


    Popcorn was well known throughout the South and beyond for making the best damn “likker” anyone had ever tasted. Popcorn lived life on his own terms, did and said whatever the hell he wanted and always had a trick up his sleeve.

    On March 16th 2009, while facing 18 months in federal prison for making moonshine (not paying taxes on his whiskey), he decided to take his own life rather than go to prison.

    Popcorn believed in his whiskey and the traditions he lived and ultimately died for. Even in the midst of his impending prison sentence, he managed to ensure that his life’s work would continue by passing on his whiskey-making tradition to me.

    Popcorn knew he was the last true moonshiner and before his death, he taught me, “The Grocery Boy”, his secret recipes as well as the tradition and craft that made his whiskey world-renowned.

    Celebrating the legacy of a whiskey making legend and my mentor, I’m proud to bring you America’s Rebel Spirit exactly the way Popcorn made it.
    Jamey Grosser – Popcorn’s apprentice, friend and now Master Distiller



    The legendary Moonshine maker - Popcorn Sutton!
    Marvin "Popcorn" Sutton 


    (October 5, 1946 – March 16, 2009) was an American Appalachian moonshiner originally from Maggie Valley, North Carolina. He wrote a self-published autobiographical guide to moonshine production, and self-produced a home video depicting his moonshining activities, and he was later the subject of a documentary that won a Regional Emmy Award. He committed suicide in 2009 rather than report to Federal prison after being convicted of offenses related to moonshine production.....On Nov. 9, 2010, Hank Williams, Jr. announced his partnership with J&M Concepts LLC and widow Pam Sutton to distill and distribute a brand of whiskey named after Sutton that was asserted to follow his legacy.  Dubbed "Popcorn Sutton's Tennessee White Whiskey," it was marketed as having been produced on stills designed by Sutton using his secret family recipe and techniques Sutton entrusted to former Supercross professional Jamey Grosser of J&M Concepts. Country music stars attending the launch event included Martina McBride, Jamey Johnson, Randy Houser, Travis Tritt, Tanya Tucker, Zac Brown, Josh Thompson, Kentucky Headhunters, Little Big Town, Colt Ford, Montgomery Gentry, Jaron and the Long Road to Love and Lee Brice.   According to press reports, Popcorn Sutton's Tennessee White Whiskey would be initially distributed in Tennessee and throughout the southeast. The copper stills for its production were made by Vendome Copper and Brass in Louisville, Kentucky. -- Wikipedia