Porkchop Launches Whiskey Flight Menu

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Sometimes it can be hard to decide exactly what you want to drink when you go to a restaurant or bar. But if you’ve at least narrowed your decision to whiskey, head to Porkchop, where you can sample different whiskies as part of its new flight menu.

Flights are about the cost of a normal whiskey pour and include three samples. Try the American Classic, with Evan Williams Single Barrel, Bernheim Wheat Whiskey, and Elijah Craig 12-year, or Something Old, Something New, with Jim Beam Devil's Cut, Maker's Mark 46, and Knob Creek Single Barrel.

Since you’ll need something to soak up the whiskey, you can pair each flight with a deal on a slider trio by selecting from burgers, pulled pork, and pulled chicken sandwiches.

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Amy Cavanaugh writes about food, drink, and travel for publications in Chicago and elsewhere. She is also the weekend editor of Chicagoist.