The digital spot features Nick and Rick retiring to the great outdoors for various camping activities, quickly showing that older in the Offerman clan actually means wiser. From working wood to calling birds to eating steak, dad does it better every time. While the younger Offerman is known for his temperamental ability and craft skills, Rick is the best lumberjack in his family. When their offbeat adventures come to a conclusion on a night of stargazing, Rick reveals the constellation of the beloved trinity – a T-bone steak, a baked potato and a bottle of 16-year-old Lagavulin – to that thing. Proof that a love of well-crafted whiskey is written in these two stars for the legendary father-son duo.
“Does my father do everything better than me? Secure. But wait, is it because of his superior life skills, or maybe I’ll let him win because I’m a generous son?” Considers Nick Offerman. He continued: “If you answered more skilfully you’re right, you’re putting it on the line, but I hope you’ll at least consider the other one. The good news is I only have to do as much as my dad has to finish. In front of most of my fellow human beings.”
In the spirit of protecting our forests so future generations can enjoy a future Father’s Day in the great outdoors, Lagavulin is donating $50,000 to the California Fire Foundation to benefit California firefighters, their families and the communities they protect. Can go Additionally, the handmade wooden bear featured in the new video will be auctioned off June 10-22 at Charity Buzz to raise additional funds for the California Fire Foundation.
Lagavullin: My Tales of Whiskey chronicles the adventures of Nick Offerman and his favorite assimilation since 2014. The entire series can be viewed on the YouTube channel for you to enjoy on Father’s Day (or any day).
Lagavulin Single Malt Scotch Whiskey is available at select US liquor retailers and can be shipped and delivered at ReserveBar.com, Drizly.com or the Drizly app, making it a great gift for dads who love Offerman’s. There are fans, whiskey connoisseurs, lovers. from or all of the above.
Lagavulin encourages people over the age of 21 to drink responsibly. For more information on Lagavulin Islay Single Malt Scotch Whiskey and Distillery visit www.malts.com/en-row/distilleries/lagavulin/.
About Nick Offerman
Nick Offerman is an actor, author and woodworker, best known as the character of Ron Swanson on NBC’s hit comedy series Parks and Recreation, Carl Weathers on the acclaimed FX series Fargo, co-starring on NBC’s Making It Host and Executive Producer . The role of Forest in FX’s DEVS and as Rick Kaepernick in the Netflix series Colin: In Black and White. Recent films include Hearts Beat Loud, Lucy in the Sky, The Founder, Bad Times at the El Royale, The Hero, The Lego Movie (1 and 2), White Fang and The Little Hours. Offerman is the author of five New York Times bestsellers: Paddle Your Own Canoe, Gumption, Good Clean Fun, The Greatest Love Story Ever Told (written with his wife Megan Mullally), and most recently Where the Deer and The Antelope Play. In his free time, he creates handcrafted items ranging from fine furniture to canoes to guitars at his woodworking workshop in Los Angeles.
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