Your country needs you, and so does your whisky. Show up this Tuesday, November 6th (Election Day,) we will be celebrating Participatory Democracy by offering FREE Glen Grant tasting flights in exchange for your “I Voted” sticker. Just exercise your vote, and the whisky is your reward. This call to action is being brought to you by Johnnie the Scot, Glen Grant, and all the folks here at Seven Grand L.A. One flight per guest, please.
The Glen Grant flight will consist of Glen Grant 10 year, the Major’s Reserve, and the Glen Grant 16 year. Glen Grant is the 3rd largest Single Malt producer in the world, and the most popular Scotch in Italy. Anyone with a “I Voted” sticker can partake, you don’t have to be a member to attend.
This event will not be in the Jackalope Room, but in the Main Bar, all-night-long. If it’s not too busy your Barkeep can even walk you through the flight, helping to illuminate your tasting experience. Come savor your freedom, sip some wonderful whiskies, catch some jazz and perhaps meet a new friend.
This one is open to the public, attendance will not be capped, feel free to forward this invite to your fellow voters. Please RSVP below so we can provide the best hospitality possible.
We don’t care about your political affiliation, we just want to encourage your participation in the democratic process. Grab a friend, go vote, and then come celebrate with us as the results roll in. Free jazz starts at 10pm.
Get out the Vote!
Memberships for the Seven Grand Whiskey Society are $120 a year, can be purchased at the bar, and allow you to bring a guest to any event. If you’re not a member, no wories, first one is on us.
For more information hit the link beneath my signature. We look forward to meeting you.
Pedro, currently sipping Four Roses Yellow Label.
Spirit Guide, Seven Grand Whiskey Bar
Co-Curator, Seven Grand Whiskey Society
What does Scotch have to do with American Freedom? Well James Grant, “The Major’s Dad,” led the last clan revolt in the Scotland, the famed “Raid on Elgin.” History buffs, dive in: