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Bourbon Conversations: Toasted Oak Blind Tasting
August 29 @ 5:30 pm
Tue. Aug 29, 2023 at 5:30pm CDT :: Price: $77.00 :: 21 and Over :: Tickets at https://bit.ly/BC-ToastedOak-Tasting
Join us for Bourbon Conversations, a remarkable whiskey tasting experience, where we explore whiskey and enjoy fellowship in support of community and economic development. Our special guest is Sheriff Wayne Dicky.
In this installment, we’ll explore the captivating influence of toasted oak finishing on bourbon whiskey. This exclusive event will showcase three handcrafted bourbons, each expertly finished with toasted oak, unleashing a symphony of flavors and complexity.
Immerse yourself in a guided blind tasting, paired with food (included in your ticket) and inventive cocktails (not included in your ticket). This limited engagement will elevate your appreciation for the artistry behind each pour.
Oak & Eden Toasted
Blue Note Crossroads
Elijah Craig Toasted
Featured Cocktails (not included in the ticket price):
Bourbon John Collins
Don’t miss out on this unforgettable evening – secure your tickets now and join us on a journey that is sure to change your perception of bourbon whiskey.
Sheriff Wayne Dicky is a dedicated law enforcement professional with deep roots in Brazos Valley. Having served at the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office for an impressive 37 years, he has held various positions, showcasing his versatility and experience. Throughout his career, he has served as a detention officer, shift sergeant, facility lieutenant, patrol deputy, and jail administrator, each role contributing to his extensive knowledge of law enforcement and corrections.
As a graduate of Sam Houston State University, he earned a Master Degree in Criminal Justice Leadership and Management.
His contributions to the field of corrections have earned him recognition at the national level. He served as the Chairman of the American Jail Association’s Jail Manager Certification Commission, a testament to his commitment to ensuring the highest standards in jail management. Additionally, he earned certification as a Correctional Executive from the prestigious American Correctional Association in 2015, Sheriff Dicky graduated in the 23rd class of the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas (LEMIT) Leadership Command College and completed the 199th Session of the FBI National Academy. He is Past-President of the Texas Jail Association and of the American Jail Association.
Throughout his remarkable career, Sheriff Wayne Dicky has exemplified the qualities of a true law enforcement leader, making a lasting impact on the Brazos County community and beyond. His wealth of experience, combined with his commitment to leadership development, has contributed to the continued success of the Brazos County Sheriff’s Office and our community’s well-being.