Whiskey Business offers a wide variety of scotch, rye, bourbon and entertainment at Cheyenne Saloon

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You’re a whiskey fan, eh? More of a rye sort of guy or gal than a wheat-based lover? Either way, that’s good, because Whiskey Business is bringing its unlimited whiskey samples once again to Cheyenne Saloon this week, from locally produced bourbons to single malts from Scotland, small batch distills to single grains, the classics, the latest – everything that involves whiskey (or “whisky,” depending on which culture’s recipe we’re talking about). But the booze-a-palooza doesn’t stop there for those who might not be fond of life on the rye; craft beer, wine, barrel-aged spirits such as gins and rums, and select small bites from some of the city’s hottest restaurants will be available too.

6 p.m. Friday, April 26 | Cheyenne Saloon, 120 W. Church St. | orlandoweeklytickets.com | $20-$80



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