Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Bite The Bulleit

This is one of my favorite...Bulleit Bourbon - Frontier Whiskey.  My first encounter with the Bulleit was on the Ashtabula River on the border of PA and Ohio hunting down Steelhead in November of 2007.  I didn't catch many Steelhead but enjoyed some of the warmth created by this finely crafted bourbon.  I would have to say I like to enjoy the Bulleit "neat" either from a highball or right out of this beautiful bottle.  The Bottle really is reminiscent of the old frontier and when you grab one, you feel like you are stepping back in time.  Be sure to hook yourself up on your next trip to your favorite river, especially when the chill returns to the air.  The Bulleit will comfort you and provide you warmth as if you were heading out into the frontier. 

The Painting is 5.5" x 8" Water Color on Cold Press Paper.  I received such a great response from the "Dry Fly" Whiskey bottle, that I thought the Bulleit would make a great subject.  I am very fond of the turnout of this painting. 

Tight Lines and Bottoms Up!


  1. You did a great job with the darks and the reflection Peter!I like it also!

  2. I just might have to give that a try sometime.

  3. Really realistic---colors and texture---need to try on a cold day on the river.

  4. Nice job. I always hate doing lettering. It always gives me fits and rarely turns out the way I wanted it. You did a good job!

  5. Yea, I'd probably save a little bit of money and buy that too!

    The Average Joe Fisherman