The Piper Pub and Grill The Piper Pub and Grill The Piper Pub and Grill

The Piper Pub & Grill

Hours

Monday - Thursday

11:00am - 11:00pm
Kitchen: 11:00am - 9:00pm

Friday - Saturday

11:00am - 12:00am
Kitchen: 11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday

11:00am - 6:00pm
Brunch: 11:00am - 2:00pm

Happy Hour, M - F

3:00pm - 6:00pm

Located on the corner of
8th & Main upstairs

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Scotch Club

In a return to tradition, The Piper Pub & Grill is reviving its famous Piper Pub Scotch Club, so you can discover and enjoy the fascinating range of Scotch whiskies. As part of the Club, you have the opportunity to sample the best single-malt whiskies Scotland has to offer. Try all 40 varieties to appreciate the subtle, but distinctive, differences of each. After you complete the tour, the Piper Pub will give your discerning, Scotch-loving soul something to remember the experience by.

Scotch

Whisky: The "Water of Life"

It's no secret Scotland produces the finest blended and single-malt whiskies in the world. And no wonder: The Scots, taking advantage of their unique, peaty waters, have had at least 500 years of practice in perfecting the art of distillery.

The origins of Scotch are lost in the mists of history. However, it is known that the Celts in the British Isles began using grain, primarily malt, as a source of alcohol somewhere between the 10th and 15th centuries. The oldest known reference to Scotch whisky is from 1494, when the product was called usige beatha (pronounced “wee-ska-bah), meaning “water of life.” This was corrupted into usky or wusky and, in 1755, was included under its present spelling in Dr. Samuel Johnson's dictionary.

Scotch

Whisky making was well-established in the country by the 16th century and first taxed in 1644. In 1909, it was declared that whisky wholly distilled in Scotland was Scotch and other countries agreed to this principal.

Today there are more than 100 Scottish distilleries producing single malts, which are bottled unblended or mixed with grain whiskies. Malts are made in four distinct regions of the country: the Highlands, the island of Islay, the Lowlands, and Campeltown. Classic Scottish malts are produced in the Highlands and are characteristically smooth and smoky. Island whiskies are dry and peaty. Campeltown products, used mostly for blending, are salty and tangy, while those of the Lowlands are soft and sweet.

Scotch Club

Experience the Scotch Mystique

Discover and enjoy the fascinating range of Scotch whiskies. Now, thanks to the Piper Pub Scotch Club, you have the opportunity to sample the best single malt whiskies Scotland has to offer. Try all 40 varieties to appreciate the subtle, but distinctive, differences of each.

When you've completed to tour, the Piper Pub will give you something to remember the experience by. Let the whole world know you're someone who recognizes and values Scotland's finest – the water of life. So come in, and get signed up.