THE WOODLANDS, TX – Dosey Doe’s brand new whiskey bar is home to more award-winning whiskeys and bourbons than any other whiskey bar in the state of Texas. These esteemed liqueurs come from all over the world; South Africa, Japan.
“It’s definitely more than a bar,” owner Steve Said said. “It’s kind of a history lesson! Our menu gives a description of the different characteristics of all the winners and the awards they have won, ”he said.
Taste a locally made whiskey like the Balcones Texas Single Malt Whiskey, made in Waco, which received the Best American Single Malt Whiskey award in 2015. Or try the Macallan Single Malt Sherry Cask Scotch, which is arguably the most popular single malt. premium. all-time scotch. Customers can even purchase flights to specific regions or types of whiskey. The Balconies were so impressed with the bar that they agreed to be a key sponsor.
There’s also the unique opportunity to create your own old-fashioned fashion, infused with 10 different bitters to choose from, all made from scratch, and four smoke options. Whiskey connoisseur James Lamb, who works behind the bar, has the knowledge and skills to answer any questions or create something special.
The overall vibe is in line with the vibe of Dosey Doe – The Big Barn. It has that same rustic Texas charm; with backlight to make bottles shine. “When you look at the bar, it’s almost like you’re looking at a bar from the 1800s,” Steve said. “There is a lot of Texas history. “
Located inside the Dosey Doe Breakfast & BBQ restaurant, a full menu of southern dishes is available to accompany drinks. The chef has created a wonderful range of sea bass appetizers, including strings of fried and well-seasoned onions in a haystack, mixed with jalapenos and served with a western aioli sauce for dipping, and southern fries. west, which are their homemade fries flowing with nacho cheese and topped with fresh made pico de gallo. Free aperitifs will be distributed during the opening week.
A full bar is also available, offering perfectly crafted cocktails and martinis, including Vieux Carre, a 1930s New Orleans-style cocktail that is both strong and sweet made with cognac, bitters and Benedictines, as well as a Margarita Reaper Madness made from the infamous Carolina Reaper Pepper.
“The bar is really fascinating even if you are not a whiskey lover,” said Steve. “It’s not a place just to go drink, it’s a place to learn and have fun.”
Attend the opening on September 1 or stop for a drink at 2626 Research Forest Dr B, The Woodlands, TX 77381. Discover their website for more information.