Nashville Whiskey Festival September 11th-14th
  • September 11th

    September 11th Dropdown

    "Iron Cocktail"
    • Rotunda
    • 200 Guests Maximum
    • $65 per Person
    • Dress Casual Attire

    Appetizers TBD
  • September 12th

    September 12th Dropdown

    "The Antique Collection"
    • Library & Boardroom
    • 40 Guests Maximum
    • $225 per Person
    • Business Casual Attire

    Whiskey staved platters with year-long cured ham by Porter Road Butchers
  • September 13th

    September 13 Dropdown

    "Women and Whiskey"
    • Conservatory & Courtyard
    • 225 Guests Maximum
    • $75 per Person
    • Boots & Hats Attire

  • September 14th

    September 14th Dropdown

    "Grand Tasting"
    • Curb Conservatory, Courtyard, and Ford Theatre
    • 1000+ Guests
    • $85 General Admission/ $135 VIP
    • Dress Casual Attire

  • Who Benefits?

    Who Benefits

    The Nashville Clean Water Project

    The largest water cleanup in Nashville history, and getting bigger all the time.


Kevin Mulcahy

Kevin Mulcahy brings 20 years of experince in the wine and spirit industry - serving as a retailer and distributor before becoming a Master of Whisky five years ago.
A native of Florida and transplant to Atlanta, Ga. Mulcahy serves the Georgia and Tennessee markets by conducting special events, which educate consumers and spirits industry professionals about the vast portfolio of Diageo Whiskies. 

During his tenure as Master of Whisky, Mulcahy has visted and been trained in numerous distilleries all over the world – including George Dickel, Oban, Lagavulin, Bushmills, and Crown Royal – to learn about the distinctive distillation process and flavor profiles of each marque.

One of Kevin’s favorite topics to learn and teach is then intricacy of whisky-making. “ I am always amazed,” he says, “by how the wood used during maturation really affects the color, flavor and taste of whisky; using America oak versus European oak produces two completely different liquids.”

Mulcahy’s favorite part of being a whisky educator is “seeing people’s faces light up as they really begin to understand whisky. After every event, at least one person extends his or her gratitude for the information learned.It’s very special to know that I can introduce someone to a new hobby.”

Master Distiller Diageo