From Wisconsin: Death's Door Gin
From Pennsylvania (originally): Rittenhouse Rye
Okay, the Rittenhouse isn't actually made in Pennsylvania anymore, but they deserve the credit for this original Colonial American whiskey, which is considered a "Pennsylvania-style Rye" and still carries its famous Philly name. (Yes, I know that the Steelers are from Pittsburgh and NOT Philly, relax.) If you've never had rye, this affordable bottle is a great introduction. And if you already love rye, then there's no excuse you shouldn't have a bottle of this on your bar. Perfect for Manhattans, Sazeracs and any other cocktail that calls for a real, spicy rye. From a single producer, stored at least four years in wood barrels. 90-95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Intensely woody aromas and succulent marshmallow, bakery and lanolin scents spring forth. The fat palate entry oozes butter cream, dark caramel, and brown sugar tastes; the midpalate focuses more on the grain aspect as the flavor becomes toasty, fruity and honeyed. Ends honey sweet, decadent and maple-like. An unbelievable bargain."
So cast your votes by leaving a comment below. And in the meantime, here's our last Super Bowl-related recipe, an awesome Hefeweisen Beer Cheese Dip by Bridgette Jackson posted to Craftbeer. A pure dish of gooey awesomeness that would be delicious with this week's beer of the week, the Victory Brewing "Prima Pils."