Whiskey and Pairings Exploration

Dates:July 20, 2024
Meets:Sa from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Location:UFM Queer Liberation Commons
Cost: $90.00

There are 12 openings remaining at this time.


Embark on a personalized journey through the world of whiskey in our student-focused class. Whether a novice or seasoned enthusiast, each student sets their objectives, from understanding basics to exploring classic cocktails. Dive into whiskey's rich history and the legislative framework shaping its modern landscape. Discover flavor profiles, aroma nuances, and pairing principles. Through interactive sessions and guided tastings, students gain insight into whiskey appreciation and food pairing techniques. Elevate your palate, broaden your knowledge, and savor the complexities of whiskey in this immersive exploration. Ages: 21+
Fee: $90.00

UFM Queer Liberation Commons

1221 Thurston St

Neal Strathman

Hello, I am a retired 22-year-Veteran of the U.S. Navy and Navy Reserves. I started my appreciation of whiskey (American and Irish) and whisky (Scottish, Canadian, or Japanese) shortly after turning 21 while stationed near Seattle. It was a great benefit having disposable income that I could use to explore more expensive Scotches, Ryes, Irish whiskeys, and Bourbons. I joined the Navy Reserves at the age of 30 where I was deployed to Japan several times assisting in radiation surveys after the Fukashima reactor accident and shipyard maintenance. It was here that I discovered the possibility of good whisky being made in any place where care is taken to ensure quality. I am grateful for the ability to share my passion for great drinks with friends and family.

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