South Austin Popular Culture Center
"...Other program mainstays are the Whistle Pig Straight Rye, Toby's personal favorite, with a butterscotch-tinged long finish created from batching together two 13-years from Vermont, and the George Dickel, a 9-year, 103 proof medium body Tennessee whiskey with notes of s'mores and hay and wintergreen. The Russell's Reserve is a 10-year, 110 proof, that notes a vanilla chocolate swirl, honeycomb, and graham crackers..."
"...Clyde was a man who could hold prodigious amounts of alcohol and not show it. He was a bourbon man, but always called for George Dickel, not Jack Daniels, and could give five reasons why it was a better bourbon -- none of which made sense and yet inspired you to order Dickel instead of Daniels the next time...."
"...you need a lot of flavor to stand up to the heavy foods at brunch," he explains. He now uses George Dickel rye to infuse the smoked meat, to which he adds Zing Zang, Pearl Snap, and a Pogue Mahone pickle...."
"...Seventh) has added a Bloody Mary bar to their brunch offerings on Saturday and Sundays from 11am to 3pm. Guests can choose between vodka or George Dickel whiskey, plus a variety of condiments… Ramen Tatsu-Ya saw some familiar long lines as it opened its second location at 1234 S..."
"...Seventh) will host a Bloody Mary brunch this Sunday, January 11 from 11:30am-3pm to benefit the Flatwater Foundation, a non-profit that provides mental health support to families facing a cancer diagnosis. For a $5 donation, guests can prepare their own cocktail using George Dickel Corn Whiskey and a variety of tasty condiments from the Bloody Mary bar..."
"...They also selected our favorite new Rye whiskey, Knob Creek Rye. In the Tennessee category, George Dickel No..."
"...His Managed Care is a trip down a rabbit hole of the late 20th century, where the author must wander dazedly through a Wonderland of HMOs and MRIs and antidepressants with lots of Vs and Xes in their names, home to such uncommon folk as a bag lady cadging quarters to fill her "prescription" from Dr. George Dickel, an exuberantly sympathetic sufferer of anxiety attacks, and a chatterbox masseur who plays tapes of Russian monks chanting as he kneads his clients' flesh...."