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10 Standout Old Fashioneds in Philadelphia

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Regardless of mixologist trends, there's something to be said for the timelessness of a classic cocktail. Of the classics, the Old Fashioned is the dignified grandfather of the bunch. Its components are sparse — typically just a hint of sugar muddled with a few drops of bitters and topped with a citrus twist — which really let the bourbon or rye shine. For the Old Fashioned and its ilk, the rich caramel flavors of Knob Creek® are particularly suited for today's versions of this standard bearer of cocktails. Here now, ten of those standouts.

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The Old Fashioned here is as reliable as it gets: Knob Creek Rye Whiskey with Angostura, and finished off with a cherry and a citrus peel.

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse

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Order a sweeter Old Fashioned here made by muddling cherry, bitters and sugar and stirred with 9-year Knob Knob Creek Bourbon.

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The Old Fashioned here is made with 9-year Knob Creek Bourbon, house-made bitters and topped with the simplest of lemon twists.

The Fat Ham

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Cherry and house-made bitters offer a twist on this Knob Creek Bourbon Old Fashioned.

Heritage

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The Old Fashioned here made with Knob Creek Bourbon utilizes muddled raw sugar and house made bitters.

One Tippling Place

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An Old Fashioned here is done right, with Knob Creek Bourbon, Angostura and finished with both an orange wedge and cherry.

Ashton Cigar Bar

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Order an Old Fashioned made with Knob Creek Rye with the standard fixings. (The bartender knows not to mess with a good thing.)

Cooperidge

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In this Old Fashioned, the Knob Creek shines: its mixed with muddled cherries, sugar and bitters. Pick a rye if you want your cocktail less sweet.

Teresa's Cafe

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The Old Fashioned here is to the point: it uses Knob Creek Bourbon and house-made bitters.

Lloyd Whiskey Bar

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Perfect for fall, order the Maple Spiced Pecan Knob Creek Rye Old Fashioned.
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The Old Fashioned here is as reliable as it gets: Knob Creek Rye Whiskey with Angostura, and finished off with a cherry and a citrus peel.

Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steakhouse

Order a sweeter Old Fashioned here made by muddling cherry, bitters and sugar and stirred with 9-year Knob Knob Creek Bourbon.

REX 1516

The Old Fashioned here is made with 9-year Knob Creek Bourbon, house-made bitters and topped with the simplest of lemon twists.

The Fat Ham

Cherry and house-made bitters offer a twist on this Knob Creek Bourbon Old Fashioned.

Heritage

The Old Fashioned here made with Knob Creek Bourbon utilizes muddled raw sugar and house made bitters.

One Tippling Place

An Old Fashioned here is done right, with Knob Creek Bourbon, Angostura and finished with both an orange wedge and cherry.

Ashton Cigar Bar

Order an Old Fashioned made with Knob Creek Rye with the standard fixings. (The bartender knows not to mess with a good thing.)

Cooperidge

In this Old Fashioned, the Knob Creek shines: its mixed with muddled cherries, sugar and bitters. Pick a rye if you want your cocktail less sweet.

Teresa's Cafe

The Old Fashioned here is to the point: it uses Knob Creek Bourbon and house-made bitters.

Lloyd Whiskey Bar

Perfect for fall, order the Maple Spiced Pecan Knob Creek Rye Old Fashioned.

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