Ho Ho Ho, it’s time for trees, menorahs, and scotch. We will be featuring a massively rare bottle Macallan, along with other scotch and traditional British ale.
We’ll have a potluck with dinner and treats at MacLeod Ale Brewing Co., owned by LASC members Jennifer and Alastair. We’ll have an ugly sweater contest with the winner getting the beautiful crystal decanter.
Macallan 25 yo 1964 ‘M’ Crystal Decanter
Ever heard of the ‘M’ Series Macallan that goes for $5000? Well this is his big brother. This version of the M was distilled in 1964 and placed in a Tudor decanter. More importantly, because we are people who drink rare whisky rather than look at it, this whisky was made back in the days when, quite frankly, Macallan made better whisky. Reviews for the bottles of the era are phenomenal and this bottle has come to us at far less than the skyhigh retail prices that have priced us out of elite bottles such as these.
Edradour 2000 Sauternes for Binny’s – The Champion Bottle at Scotch and Rocks
The Christmas Malt 13yr- Nose Art Collection
Ben Nevis 1996 Whisky Fassle 19yr
Bowmore 2002 The Last Red Indian Chief
Peat’s Beast Cask Strength
Every attendee will ticket for a full glass of Old World style ale at one of LA’s hottest craft breweries.
Dinner & Dessert
Potluck – Entree, Appetizers, or Dessert
Ugly Christmas Sweater Contest
Bring a atrocious sweater to compete in the un-Fashion contest. The winner will get the Macallan decanter (when it is empty.)
$65 – Full Event Ticket – Try every scotch, including the rare Macallan 1964 M and a MacLeod Ale
$45 – Limited Event Ticket – Try every scotch, EXCEPT the rare Macallan 1964 M and a MacLeod Ale
$10 – Non-Whisky Ticket – Join the festivities without scotch