1892 Lynchburg was the home to 300 residents and as many as two bars. Jack Daniel was the numerous and lively Bars (= “saloons”) inspired in Nashville and decided to open a bar in his hometown to bring together the community. But It opened not just a bar, but two: the slightly more civilized White Rabbit Saloon and wilder Red Dog Saloon. It is still not known exactly where the name comes from – Had Jack a dog with red fur? Or is it an indication of its amber-colored whiskey? We will probably never know. But it’s fine anyway. To Jack Daniel’s, there are many myths and mysteries. But one thing is certain: It knew how to bring people together to drink good whiskey. As the Red Dog Saloon.
Jack Daniel’s – Red Dog Saloon Tennessee Whiskey is a bourbon whiskey. Rated an average of 5.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £28.65, falling slightly short of liquid gold but this in a solid everyday bourbon whiskey.