LA Burns Supper w/Old Pulteney
September 25 @ 6:00 pm
Yes, it’s Burns Supper. Yes, in August. Yes, LIVE.
Robbie Burns is Scotland’s most famous poet, who wrote Auld Lang Syne and other things that tended to involve food and scotch. Scotch Club’s finest tradition, our annual Burns Supper got COVIDed in January, but it will not be denied. Join us for Supper, Haggis, tributes to Robbie, Plasteredpiece Theater, the Bad Poetry contest, and yes SCOTCH!
We will be returning to the private hall and GlenArden, in Gledndale this year. Tables will still be large, but we will reduce the numbers at each table and spread them out. We’ll all have plenty of elbow room.
Our featured sponsor this year is…. ***Old Pulteney***
This year’s winning poet will have his or her name emblazoned on the Burns Trophy. Infamy!
There is no better way to celebrate the return to drinking scotch WITH FRIENDS than with this fabulous night.
Green or Caesar Salad
Tortellini Pasta Salad
Pasta Primavera (vegetarian)
—-And of course our traditional HAGGIS—-
Old Pulteney 12yr
Old Pulteney Huddart
Old Pulteney 15yr
Old Pulteney 17yr (old release)
Old Pulteney 18yr
Old Pulteney 25yr
Old Pulteney 35yr (for the poets)
DRUNKEN POETRY CONTEST RULES
(participation is voluntary, but you will get a pour of Old Pulteney 35yr, no matter how bad your poem is)
- No more than 8 lines
- Must include a reference to whisky or scotch
- The word “frisky” is banned
- Make us laugh – seriously, no middle-age angst or dead dog poems unless you want the booby prize
- Haikus are just fine
BRING YOUR KILT!