If you're feeling fancy, you get bubbly. But if you're hanging out with Ricky, Julian and Bubbles, that calls for whisky.
The Trailer Park Boys now have their own brand for the occasion. The trio of Nova Scotia-based comedians have partnered with Dartmouth Spirits Inc. to make Liquormen's Dirty Ol' Canadian Whisky just in time for the holidays.
The name's a riff on the legend of three liquor-stealing bandits who roamed the West back in the day, according to the show's blog. But it might also be something of a small nod to the booze's ties to Western Canada.
The actual whisky is made in Alberta, Metro News reports. But it's distributed through the services of Rock Spirits, a branch of Newfoundland's Liquor Corporation.
That's where whisky fans will have to head if they're looking to get a taste of the product. The brand is currently only available in Atlantic Canada.
But that could change by spring 2016, as the boys are looking to expand sales to the rest of their Canadian fanbase.
"It's kind of a tribute to the fans," Peter McCreath, managing director of Dartmouth Spirits Inc., told the CBC.
"Fans quite often like to buy into things that relate directly to the group that they're following, whether it's buying a ball cap for a hockey team or following your favourite musicians or entertainers."
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