Check Out Time’s First Ever, Very Own Whiskey

Time Rye

Jason Evenchik  & Co., of Time Restaurant, recently took the trip to Central Pennsylvania for nothing other than some good ole’ whiskey tasting. But this time it wasn’t all fun and games; in fact, there was a little business in the mix because Evenchik, GM Terry Leach, Chef Sean Magee, and AGM Tim Heuisler were trying to blend their own rye whiskey. And finally, they did.

A combination of two ryes – 75% of a 6.5 year and 25% of a 1.5 year – Time’s Rye Whiskey is available at the restaurant, but limited (just 100 bottles) so get there when you can and try it for yourself. The whiskey is $13 a pour.

Time Restaurant [Official]

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  • Dan

    None of this makes any sense.

    The bottle says “Bottled-in-Bond.” This is a legal term which means that the whiskey must be at least 4 years old, bottled in one season from one distillery. Blending two different non-distiller sourced ryes of different ages (one being 1.5 years) does not come close to meeting the legal requirements.