Make the most of that extra day this weekend. Dust off the BBQ and enjoy a weekend of al fresco dining with friends and family. Get ready to show off your skills on the grill. Why not whip up a batch of Honey Glazed Chicken Thighs or Traditional Gumbo? Then kick back, relax and enjoy.


Christmas is all about spending quality time with family and friends. Don’t forget to add a little taste of Tennessee to your loved ones’ Christmas stocking this year by popping in a bottle of your favourite sauce for a tasty treat. It certainly beats socks and satsumas!


Mr Jack Daniel was born in September 1850, but the actual date has always been a mystery – what better reason for us to celebrate all month long! So, let’s raise a glass to the man who gave us this very special whiskey this September.


Mr Jack Daniel loved to entertain and the last bank holiday of the year is the perfect time to follow in his footsteps by making sure you take the time to enjoy a long relaxing weekend with great friends and sumptuous food. Top tip: Marinate your meat well in advance, giving you plenty of time to kick back and enjoy.


The summer festival season is officially in full swing! Whether you’re planning on heading to Glastonbury or simply enjoying great music in the great outdoors with friends, add a dash of your favourite Jack Daniel’s Sauce or Glaze to keep your food rocking.


Looking for things to do this bank holiday? Dig out the BBQ, dust off the outdoor furniture and enjoy spending time al fresco with family and friends. We’ve developed a great range of new recipes to help you get creative on the grill – from Smooth Original Sliders, to slow cooked chicken. Want to find out more? Head to our recipe page to find out more.

Happy Halloween

Avoid the ‘tricks’ and create a ‘treat’ this Halloween by sharing a meat feast pizza with friends whilst watching your favourite scary movie. Add a side of our ghoulishly sticky Smokey Sweet Barbecue Glaze to ensure a tasty, ‘spooktacular’ Halloween.

Mr. Jack Daniel’s® Birthday

Mr. Jack Daniel was born in September 1850, but no one knows exactly what day. That’s why we choose to celebrate the whole month long. So, let’s raise a glass, and celebrate the man who gave us the world famous whiskey!


Bank Holiday

The Bank Holiday weekend is the last big celebration of summer, so make the most of a three-day break and invite friends and family around for a barbecue.

Impress your guests by making your own burgers and marinating the ribs and chicken in your favourite Jack Daniel’s® Barbecue Sauce before they arrive. Then, kick back, relax and get down to the business of a good old catch up Mr. Jack style.

Summer Festivals

Tennessee is the heart of country music, and the season of summer festivals is well underway. We can’t think of anything better than mixing great music with great food, so, whether you are planning on heading to a festival, or are entertaining friends in the comfort of your own home, make sure you keep a bottle of your favourite barbecue sauce on hand to keep your food rocking.

Celebrate Summer

What better way to celebrate summer than with a Jack Daniel’s® barbecue?

Marinade chicken wings with Jack Daniel’s® Smokey Sweet Barbecue Glaze or dip potato skins in your favourite Jack Daniel’s Barbecue Sauce; perfect to share with all your friends.

National Barbecue Week

If you’re planning on doing anything special for the UK National Barbecue Week, stock up on your favourite Jack Daniel’s® Barbecue Sauce and make sure you are ready to own that grill. We’ve even created a ‘How to Glaze’ guide  for nice and easy tips to get you grilling, marinating, glazing and dipping.

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