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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Yellow Spot 12 Year Old Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey

This bonded, single pot still Irish whiskey is aged for twelve years and is one of the most eagerly-anticipated releases of 2015. It was named Whisky Advocate’s 19th Annual Irish Whiskey of the Year.

“Pot Still Whiskeys define the traditional flavor character of Irish whiskey and we have seen a renewed interest and growth in the category over the last few years,” says Brian Nation, the master distiller at Midleton Distillery, which makes Yellow Spot Whiskey. Yellow Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey has an aroma of red bell peppers, nutmeg, green tea and sweet peaches from the Malaga casks. On the palate, there is a honey sweetness accented by cloves, baked apples, milk chocolate, coffee and creme brulee. The finish is dry and complex, with notes of toasted oak, red grapes and barley.

Yellow Spot Single Pot Still Irish Whiskey was released in the United States in 2015 in extremely limited quantities. The whiskey was named “Irish Whiskey of the Year” by Whisky Advocate in 2016, in addition to winning Gold in the Wizards of Whiskey competition that same year.