Rumors out there for awhile suggested the Old Grand-Dad 114 bourbon was going away. There’s no truth to that for the time being, as shipments of this whiskey will resume shortly.
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Craft whiskey acquisitions are heating up. What does that mean for the industry?
MGP, long a behind-the-scenes supplier of bulk whiskey to non-distilling brands, isn’t worth beating up on. In other words, why shoot the messenger?
It started as a rumor, but now it looks to be true – the very popular Booker’s Bourbon, writes Chuck Cowdery, is set to see a significant price increase.
Another bubble may be brewing in bourbon, or so the headlines of late have read. Here’s why that likely isn’t true.
Everybody knows what whiskey label age statements are, but many don’t understand what age statements really mean. So, some facts.
If you are a fan of seeing the 9-year-old Knob Creek bourbon age statement on the bottle, you better stock up now, as it looks like it will soon be disappearing.
The claim that Weller bourbon from spirits giant Sazerac is the “original wheated bourbon,” argues Chuck Cowdery, is not exactly accurate.
The opening of the O. Z. Tyler Distillery in Kentucky returns bourbon making to a region of the state which hasn’t seen a drop made in over two decades.
On the topic of whiskey labeling, bourbon writer Chuck Cowdery argues, it is important to proceed with care as revisions are considered.