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Bluesapalooza.COM

BLUESAPALOOZA.COM October 15, 2017 is the inaugural Bluesapalooza.COM Blues, Bourbon & BBQ Festival. Bluesapalooza.COM is a one day blowout of the best regional blues artists, local distillers, and BBQ. Organized by Hendricks BBQ & Moonshine Blues Bar, we have brought together some of the regions greatest talents in genuine Saint Louis Blues music: Miss Jubilee, The Blue Shadows, & Kim Massie! Feast your ears on the sonic splendor of real STL Blues! 1:30-3 Kim Massie 3:30-5:30 The Blue Shadows 6-8:30 Miss Jubilee Sample Bourbons & other spirits from the finest distillers & brewers in the St. Louis region. Featuring Cathedral

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National Bourbon Day

National Bourbon Day is nigh upon us!  Coming June 14th, National Bourbon day celebrates the history and future of a uniquely American spirit, Bourbon. You may have heard the saying that all bourbons are whiskey, but not all are bourbon. For a whiskey to classify as bourbon it must be made in the U.S.  – specifically the county of Bourbon, Kentucky.  And to be bourbon, it must be made of at least 51 percent corn mash. At Hendricks BBQ we specialize in whiskeys, featuring over 300 whiskies in our bar line up – the bulk of which are Bourbon, but spanning all whiskey

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A Night in the Bourbon Kitchen

Come join Executive Chef Wil Pelly, Jim Beam Global Brand Ambassador Adam Harris, & Becky of Serendipity Ice Cream for a night of BBQ, Whiskey, and Ice Cream!! This special 5 course dinner highlights some of the Jim Beam brands paired with unique BBQ inspired dishes and the loveliness of homemade ice cream!! Here’s what’s in store for all attendees: 1st course Oak smoked sweet corn and barley with spring greens Tossed in a cantaloupe rye vinaigrette Features Jim Beam Rye 2nd course Crisped pork belly topped with a fried quail egg With crispy potato and green apple Features Jim

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Dining Out: Hendricks BBQ

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    By Sidney Lewis Hendricks BBQ opened earlier this fall, bringing both over-the-top design and quality food and drink over the bridge to St. Charles. Let’s start with the space first: The concept for Hendricks sprang from the same minds that spawned Sanctuaria Wild Tapas in The Grove and Diablitos in Midtown. Housed in the historic St. Charles Municipal Water Works building, the restaurant was rife with oversized portraits of blues, rock and jazz artists, rough wood walls, exposed ductwork, funky light fixtures and all manner of down-home details like Mason jars for glassware and checkered napkins. The main

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