A Complimentary Whiskey and Beer Tasting with Dinner at Stage Left Steak and A Movie at The State Theater
1776 The Musical ★ 1776 The Rye ★ 1776 The Bourbon ★ 1776 The Ale ★ Come Celebrate Them All ★ Complimentary Tasting with Dinner ★ ★ Complimentary Admission to The Film on The State Theater's Big Screen ★ Tuesday, July 3 ★ Stage Left Steak Opens 4:30 PM ★ Film at 7 PM ★★ ★ Reservations: Click here or 732-828-4444 ★
Colonel James E. Pepper (1850-1906), Master Distiller, was a larger-than-life Bourbon Industrialist and the third generation to produce 'Old Pepper' whiskey. It was founded in 1780 during the American Revolution. His namesake distillery in Lexington, Kentucky was at one point the largest whiskey distillery in the United States. Colonel Pepper proudly proclaimed his continued use of his grandfather’s original Revolutionary‐era recipes, and nicknamed his whiskey 'Old 1776'.
No more than 30 days after the whiskey barrels are dumped, they are filled with beer. Every batch gets a rich rye whiskey finish and notes of toffee, chocolate, oak, and vanilla.
Come to dinner at Stage Left Steak. Sample the whiskeys and the ale and have one on us.
Then stroll next door to The State Theater to watch one of the few films Mark and I agree we both love