Common Room, Sheffield to showcase the best of bourbon at one-off event

On August 1st, The Common Room will host its first True North Curator’s Club; an experience that will take guests on a journey across America to explore the history of traditional bourbon whiskey. The popular city-centre sports bar is renowned for its extensive spirit collection and the tasting event will bring together whiskey lovers from all over Sheffield.

In addition to learning about the history of bourbon, guests will taste a selection of authentic whiskeys that have been distilled and aged in the heart of America using a range of traditional techniques. From prohibition moonshine to modern day blends, the event offers a chance to try something new with friends and fellow fans of good whiskey.

The evening will be hosted by Common Room’s own Kyran Shearer. Excited about the tasting event, he said “As soon we decided to put on the event, I volunteered to host it straight away! I love discovering more about my favourite spirits and I’m really looking forward to sharing what I’ve learned about bourbon. 

“On the night, we’ll get to taste at least 3 different varieties of bourbon and see how different techniques make different flavours. These tasting events are always fun and are perfect for a friends night out so we hope you come down and join us.”

True North Curator’s Club – Bourbon will take place on Thursday 1st August at 7pm at The Common Room on Devonshire Street. At only £15 per person, including three drinks, it’s a great way to treat a friend or loved to something different. Advance bookings are required with a deposit of £5 per person. 

These events often book up quickly so it’s advised to reserve your space early on. Bookings can be made by calling 0114 280 8221, emailing [email protected] or booking directly online at www.common-room.co.uk.