Allow me to introduce you to Trinity Hall Irish Pub's new monthly whiskey tasting, which is ounce for ounce, one of the best whiskey tastings in D-FW. 

Whiskey Tasting

I have always known Trinity Hall as a great spot to enjoy a beer while watching English football matches on the "telly," however I never took a good look behind the bar. During a recent whiskey tasting there, I was blown away by the selection. This is by far one of my new favorite watering holes for whiskey, bourbon and Scotch. 

On Tuesday, Nov. 3, you can experience it for yourself. Trinity Hall is offering whiskey tasting the first Tuesday of every month, and in November, the bar will feature new releases from a variety of styles all in one sitting. All the tasters are Scottish single-malts; they are mostly new expressions added to distillery lineups this year, so new its hard to find photos of them.

Here's Trinity Hall's Nov. 3 lineup:

  • Mortlach Rare Old (new distillery release)
  • Laphroaig (Caidseas 2015)
  • Longmorn 16 (replaced 15-year)
  • Tamnavulin (22-year-old Independent)
  • Tomatin Cu Boscan (peated 15ppm)
  • Bunnabhain Toiteach ("heavily" peated)

The tasting begins with the first pour at 7:30 p.m., but as it is open seating we suggest joining a little earlier to find a spot you'll enjoy. There is food but it is similar to tapas in portion and style, designed to accompany the spirit, but not necessarily a full meal. Some of guests join early to eat or sit after the tasting for a bite.

Service includes up to seven samples served over two hours all for $35 (plus tax and tip). I mean you can't beat it. RSVP online here.

Booze News Insider Josh Hart is an amateur reviewer, but a professional drinker. He has been sipping and learning about whiskeys for a more than a decade and hopes to help you sift through the basics, to find the best bottles for you.

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