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To join at our FREE membership, simply register with your name and email.

By signing up you will be considered a "One Bit Member". One Bit Membership is simply an email list so we can stay in contact.

But there will eventually be Members Only events and benefits. For now we are building our list and our management systems for an eventual club.

As soon as we are able, we will launch all benefits with a big party. Honest. Hold tight. It's coming. In the meantime,

we are planning LOTS of whiskey events including ticketed tastings and classes, Cocktail Club meetings with whiskey-makers

and our new weekly Whiskey Wednesday program with MEMBERS ONLY Specials! 

We will launch Two Bit Memberships sometime in 2021,

if we survive the pandemic and get back to "normal".


We are all geeks...Whiskey Geeks!

Whiskey Geeks is the name of our newsletter, written for friends that want to stay in touch and get insider access to new releases, event tickets, and other benefits "for geeks only". By signing up you'll get an irregularly sent email newsletter with information about upcoming events and specials, PLUS you'll get private access to our Whiskey Geeks private group Facebook page where we'll share information, links, stories and more that you won't get in the newsletter. Now that you're a self-declared Elixir Whiskey Geek you're on the inside!


The use of the letter “e” in the spelling of our favorite word is a matter of tradition and choice (not grammar). Just as you may choose which styles of whiskey you like and how you like to drink them, you may choose to “e” or not to “e”. Whisk(e)y is all about choices!

FUN FACT: The Original "Bit"coins

What's a "bit"?

"The word “bit” long meant, in England, any coin of a low denomination. In early America, “bit” was used for some Spanish and Mexican coins that circulated and were worth one-eighth of a peso, or about 12 and one-half cents. Hence, two bits would have equaled about 25 cents." - The Old Farmer's Almanac

"Most communities differentiated between one-bit and two-bit saloons. Really sleazy places would charge just a nickel for a beer, a whiskey, or a cigar, but they were relatively rare. Most saloons were one-bit places (with a range of quality in establishments charging these prices). Communities could only support a few two-bit saloons because the price - twice as much as most saloon- meant that these establishments were exclusively for those who didn't want to rub elbows with the average customer." - Reddit

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