On June 15 from 5-7:30 PM we will have a very special FREE event, part of Lukas’ Week of Whiskey.

You must RSVP for the event here to reserve your spot. This is an open format, you can show up any time between 5-7 PM but please allow yourself ample time to taste responsibly.

“Dram and Craft” will feature three different Highland Park Single Malts paired with various beers. The featured lineup will consist of:


Highland Park 12yr

The expression that started it all for Highland Park. First introduced in 1979, the 12 year old is at the very heart of our core range and demonstrates rich, well balanced malty tones, with the subtle floral smoke which makes Highland Park such a distinctive single malt whisky. -Distillery

Tasting Notes

Color: Glowing amber

Nose:    Heather-honey sweetness, peaty smokiness

Palate:  Rounded smoky sweetness, full malt delivery

Finish:   Sweet and lingering with heathery notes and subtle smoke

Paired with:

4 Hands Cast Iron Oatmeal Brown
4 Hands City Wide Pale











Highland Park Dark Origins

Dark Origins is inspired by the cunning spirit and courageous personality of Highland Park’s infamous founder, Magnus Eunson. This latest addition to the core expressions uses twice as many first fill sherry casks than in the classic Highland Park 12 year old resulting in a naturally darker, richer flavor. -Distillery

Tasting Notes:

Color: Rich mahogany

Nose:    Sherried spice and ripe bananas combine with toasted hazelnuts and baked apple

Palate:  Well-balanced, dry peat at first mellowing out to maraschino cherries, warm dark chocolate entices the palate

Finish:   Enduring sweet smoke

Paired With:

Tall Grass Buffalo Sweat
Schlafly Bourbon Barrel Imperial Stout

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Highland Park 15yr

Highland Park 15 Year Old has a remarkably complex nose with notes of camphor, peat and citrus fruits and flowers. The drying sensation on the finish leaves a rich smoky feeling and the immediate desire to refill your glass.


Tasting Notes:

Appearance: Full golden, clear and bright

Nose: Aromatic smokiness with a hint of camphor

Palate: Rich, initially sweet developing into a dry smokiness

Finish: Rich, long medium sweet then medium dry

Paired with:



Public House Rod’s Cream Ale
Two Brothers Ebel’s Weiss


This will be an amazing experience, we hope to see everyone there!

If you have any questions, feel free to call the store at 636-227-4543.



Shelby Durham
Bar Manager

Mike Cherre
Spirits Manager