Legendary rocker Sammy Hagar (CHICKENFOOT, VAN HALEN, MONTROSE) will guest on the History channel's hit TV show "American Restoration" on September 26 airing at 9:30 p.m. PST and 8:30 p.m. CST. You won't believe what they restore/create for Sammy and the new rum!
"American Restoration" features Rick Dale and his crew of loose screws at Rick's Restorations in Las Vegas, Nevada, as they take rusty, beat-up items and restore them to their original glory. Whether it's a giant gas pump from the 1940s or a Hopalong Cassidy bicycle from the 1950s, every restoration is a high-stakes business project where worthless Sammy's Beach Bar Rum, a silver rum made from Hawaii-grown sugar cane, is the result of partnership between Hagar and Haliimaile Distilling Company on Maui.
Sammy's Beach Bar Rum is distilled in Maui from first-growth, first-press sugar cane.
According to a press release, "Unlike other premium rums, which follow a standard one-year maturation period for the cane, (cane used in) Sammy's Beach Bar Rum matures for a full two years, giving the sugar from the cane its intense character."
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