We take a look at the use of Oregon oak as a type of wood being made into American whiskey barrels.
We review a curious whiskey out of Louisiana called Donner-Peltier LA1, with not such favorable results being the outcome.
One of Colorado’s oldest craft distilleries launches a new American single malt, Stranahan’s Diamond Peak. Is it a worthy follow up to the flagship?
McCarthy’s Oregon Single Malt Whiskey, produced by Clear Creek in Portland, is one of the original American single malts that’s still going strong today.
The new Ragtime Rye from New York craft distillery New York Distilling was aged a minimum three years in full sized American oak barrels.
We check out the Bad Dog Distillery in Washington, making one of the smoothest young corn whiskies you’ll likely ever taste.
Recent whiskey bottle label approvals from the TTB reveal plans for new 28 and 4 year old bottlings from Diageo’s Orphan Barrel project.
The Templeton Rye whiskey, subject of a recent class action lawsuit settlement over labeling practices, is the focus of this review.
We review the Journeyman Three Oaks Single Malt, a fascinating American single malt aged in bourbon, rum and port barrels. Dessert anyone?
New York’s Whiskey Island, straddling the border between the US and Canada, once was a stop over point for liquor smugglers during Prohibition.