Growing up in Montana, Jerry Wolfe remembers hearing 1970s country music, eating peanuts and seeing the glow of red lights as he went from bar to bar while his dad ran Keno games. His newest bar on Sacramento Street is modeled after those small-town country bars."I've embraced everything country, and this reminds me of the country bars when I'd follow my dad after school," Wolfe said.The Whisky Barrel Saloon opened up in January and will have its official, catered grand opening at 3 p.m. on Jan. 21.The bar used to be Last Call, but Wolfe has completely changed the decor, atmosphere and the music playing on the jukebox. He is appealing to the older crowd, and country music has replaced the R&B that used to blare."I want to have a bar I would come to with my friends, and Last Call never felt that way," he said.People are now greeted with Christmas lights draped from beam to beam and wooden barrels overflowing with peanuts. Discarded shells litter the floor and are swept up about every three weeks.