There will always be just one Parker Beam of Heaven Hill. Join us as we explore his life and legacy through the eyes of some of those who knew him the best.
2016 was indeed another breakout year for bourbon, the bourbon industry and Kentucky in general. Here are the highlights from our bourbon editor.
Why is Sazerac getting into Tennessee whiskey? We get the inside scoop in an interview with Sazerac’s President Mark Brown.
What’s it like to enjoy an intimate dinner with the family behind the Pappy Van Winkle whiskeys? Our bourbon country editor got to find out recently, and now you can, too.
We review the Michter’s Celebration Sour Mash 2016 Whiskey, a blend of older bourbon and rye whiskeys that comes with a whopper of a price tag at around $5,000 a bottle.
This weekend marks the grand opening of the brand-new tourist-focused Angel’s Envy distillery in Louisville, Kentucky. Here’s an on-site sneak peek from our bourbon editor.
20 years ago this week, a colossal fire at Heaven Hill destroyed two percent of the world’s whiskey supply. Today, the industry remembers and we revisit it with them.
After 18 years in the industry, Pamela Heilmann, former distillery manager at Jim Beam, takes the helm at Michter’s new distillery.
The 20th anniversary of the 1996 Heaven Hill fire is here. We review Heaven Hill Select Stock 20th Anniversary Fire Edition, the expression released to commemorate the disaster.