Event Details

Location: Evanston, IL


America’s special contribution to the annals of whiskey has spread around the world.  Join us for a tasting of distinctive Kentucky and Tennessee whiskeys and accompanying vittles with a whiskey connection.

A mini lecture on making of and historical aspects around this democratic beverage will be provided by Stefan Dixon ’13.  We will taste five different whiskeys for their distinctions with guidance on what to look for. To make this a complete (and not too heady) experience, we will pair all whiskeys with a variety of heavy appetizers and a bevy of desserts.

We will gather at the home of Sharon Meyers and Kevin Yost ’71 as a Cornell alumni event.  Our space is relatively small: there are only 16 open spots, so confirm early to avoid disappointment.

$36 per person, everything included; $33 for Young Alumni (2009-2018)
5:00 pm, Sunday, March 24, 2019

Hosted by Sharon Meyers and Kevin Yost ‘71
Evanston, IL
(Free parking, on Barton (the cross street) or Hull west of Barton.)

The first 16 people to respond will be put on the list, with a spot only guaranteed upon receipt of payment. (If needed and you desire, entry onto a waiting list will be made.)

Payment to Kevin Yost via PayPal, Venmo, or personal check.

Questions: Contact Kevin Yost at kgy2@cornell.edu.

Related Events

CCGM: Professional Networking Mixer

April 18, 2024

Miami, Florida

Women's Soccer Banquet 4.19.24

April 19, 2024

Beacon Hill, 1638 E Shore Drive, Ithaca, NY 14850

CAAGH: Earth Day Clean Up Activity

April 20, 2024

Houston, Texas