A craft distiller argues whiskey age is hardly more than a number and has much less effect on the taste than most would lead you to believe.
The new Sonoma County Cherrywood Rye Whiskey is an intriguing example of a spirit made off an old world style alembic still. We review it.
The U.S. craft distilling movement hits a watershed moment in politics, forming a political action committee to help bend the ears of Congress.
Eastside Distilling, known for its Burnside Bourbon, is heading into new whiskey territory with its just unveiled Barrel Hitch expressions.
A reddit user has laid claim to purchasing a remarkably intact case of Prohibition era Old Overholt rye whiskey.
11 Wells Spirits, a young craft distillery out of St. Paul, Minnesota, has brought to market that state’s first American single malt whiskey.
The yearly Oregon Distillers’ Guild festival provides good insight into the current state of Oregon whiskey, so we give it a visit to find out what’s new.
Winemaker David Phinney of Orin Swift Cellars fame brings forth an American whiskey partially aged in former Bordeaux-styled blended red wine barrels.
There’s a small, but growing, movement for the legalizing of home whiskey distilling, among other spirits types.
The popular Jack Daniel’s whiskey label debuts Single Barrel Barrel Proof, ranging in strength from 125 to 140 proof per bottle.