Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square Introduces A Whiskey Bar Passport For Its Brown-Liquor Loving Patrons

Irish pub Cavanaugh's Headhouse Square helps tipplers keep track of whiskey sampling with its new passport program. (Photo courtesy Cavanaugh's)

Brown liquor lovers will want to take note of this latest incentive for glass swirling.

Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square is now offering a Whiskey Passport program, enabling patrons to keep track of their tipples while at the Irish bar’s flagship location.

Among the city’s largest collections with more 200 different bottles, there’s a lot to explore behind the bar.

Peruse a list including Sheeps Dip Vatted, Tyrconnel, Feckin Spiced, Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye and Prichards Double Chocolate among some more usual suspects — and that’s not even mentioning the bar’s house whiskey, Angel’s Envy Cavanaugh’s Blend. Check here for regular updates.

The passport serves as a hard-copy record of sips, with stamps for each drink.

After 50 stamps passport members get a 10-percent discount on future shots; after 100 stamps, 15 percent; and after 150 stamps, 20 percent.

Passport members will also be eligible for special tastings, dinners and competitions to keep things even more interesting.

Best of all, the passport is maintained and kept on hand behind the bar, so there’s no worry of losing it after an enthusiastic sampling.

Whiskey Passport at Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square
When: Ongoing
Where: Cavanaugh’s Headhouse Square, 421 S. 2nd Street
Cost: Pay as you go
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