The Saints and Scholars menu is truly a labor of love by Owner Amanda Stoffel. She worked for well over a year with the Gilkey Consulting Group before coming up with the menu we used for opening day in October of 2022. The process to curate a menu consisting of a mixture of somewhat traditional dishes with a more modern or American twist along with other pub favorites was not an easy one. There was A LOT of time and effort which included tasting sessions, recipe edits, reviews and changes over the year before coming up with what she felt fit the vision. Head Chef Brad White came in and added his input and additional items as well. This is an everchanging element of our new Irish Pub. Keep an eye out of new items based on customer feedback along with changes along the way to insure the best possible food experience for all guests. We are excited about what’s to come! 😊

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The Irishman Small Batch Single Malt Irish Whiskey

Situated deep within the Carlow countryside, the Urglin Glebe House is over two centuries old and the headquarters of the Irish Whiskey Co. The company was founded by Bernard and Rosemary Walsh, who had previously owned a ski chalet in France and were in search of the perfect Irish whiskey with which to spike their famous coffee. Eventually, their search led them to opening up their own distillery.

The Irishman Small Batch Single Malt Irish Whiskey is crafted from Irish barley (the long summer days in Ireland, along with the mild and wet winters, are ideal for growing barley). After the barley has been malted, it is mashed and fermented before being distilled three times through copper pot stills.

Then, the whiskey is matured in a combination of American oak casks that were previously used to mature bourbon and European oak casks that were previously used to mature Oloroso Sherry. As a result, the whiskey has an aroma of dried apricots, peaches and tropical fruits. Notes of vanilla, sweet granola, toasted almonds and honey dominate the palate, and lead to a finish touched by malt and sweet oak.

The Irishman Single Malt Whiskey earned a score of 94 points from the Beverage Testing Institute, and the Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.