We review OOLA Three Shores, a release that sees Scotch, Canadian whisky, and American whiskey blended together as part of a special release series from this Seattle distillery.
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We review Outryder, a new straight whiskey from Wyoming Whiskey that marries bourbon with a high-rye American whiskey, both made from Wyoming-grown grain.
We review three releases from farm-to-table producer Orange County Distillery (that’s Orange County New York, not California): a bourbon, a rye, and a single malt.
We review Saint James Spirits Peregrine Rock Whisky, a single malt from one of California’s first wave of craft distillers.
We review FEW Spirits Single Malt, a craft release from Illinois that combines unsmoked and cherrywood smoked malted barley for a unique flavor.
We review A.D. Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon, a craft release from Colorado with a pretty serious pedigree that we find to be the Old Spice of whiskey.
We review Black Butte Whiskey, a collaboration project between Oregon’s Deschutes Brewery and Bendistillery that sees a popular craft porter distilled into American whiskey.
We review Rebel Yell Single Barrel 10 Year Old, the revived historic brand’s most high end offering yet. Citrusy and balanced, it’s a good effort.
We review three different whiskeys from Albany Distilling Company: a malt, a bourbon, and a rye, all made from 100% New York-grown grains.