About the 406 Tasting Room

The 406 Tasting Room is a private home bar in Cary, NC dedicated to bourbon and the Boston Red Sox. The tasting room is named after Ted Williams’ legendary 1941 season where he finished the season with a .406 batting average—the last major leaguer to finish the season over 400.

The tasting room features almost 400 different whiskeys consisting of mostly bourbons & rye whiskeys and selections of scotch, Tennessee, Japanese, and corn whiskeys.

The tasting room also features Red Sox memorabilia including signed baseballs, rare baseball cards, and game-worn jerseys.

Autographed baseballs from every Red Sox player of the World Series teams from 1975, 1986, 2004, and 2007 are part of the collection.

Tastings are scheduled once per week and feature a themed flight of four 2oz pours. Sample flight themes include: “Top Shelfers”, “Bottled-In-Bond”, “Bottom Shelfers”, “Cask Strength/Barrel Proofs”, & “Same Mash Bill”.

Entrance to the 406 Tasting Room is by invite only and new members must have sponsorship by an existing member.