Buffalo Trace Distillery of Frankfort, Kentucky releases its full lineup of the 2022 Buffalo Trace Antique Collection (BTAC) this fall, including perennial favorite George T. Stagg that returns. Also for 2022 William Larue Weller Bourbon, Thomas H. Handy Sazerac Rye Whiskey, Sazerac Rye 18-Year-Old Whiskey, and Eagle Rare 17-Year-Old Bourbon. Last year, Buffalo Trace opted not to release its uncut, unfiltered 15-year-old George T. Stagg Bourbon because it did not meet the Distillery’s standards for the Stagg brand.

Kentucky Peerless Releases Rye Whiskey Finished In Absinthe Barrels for 2022

Kentucky Peerless of Louisville, Kentucky tells BourbonBlog.com the third annual release of its Absinthe Barrel Finished Rye Whiskey. The release will take place at the Peerless Distilling Co. in Louisville, Kentucky. The finish pays homage to the Sazerac cocktail.

WhistlePig Rye Whiskey’s The Boss Hog IX: Siren’s Song

WhistlePig Rye Whiskey releases 2022 The Boss Hog IX: Siren’s Song Siren limited edition as twice-finished, well-aged Rye that slumbered in Vermont at the distillery in casks seasoned with Greek Fig Nectar and barrels suffused with homemade Tentura, based on a Greek liqueur recipe.

Blue Run’s First Micro-Batch Whiskey Release is Their Response To The “Somewhat Meaningless Term Small Batch”

Blue Run Spirits releases the first of limited biannual series of “micro-batch” whiskeys with six Kentucky Straight High Rye Bourbon Whiskey made by Jim Rutledge at Castle & Key Distillery, blended and hand-selected by Whiskey Director Shaylyn Gammon with what cofounder and CEO Mike Montgomery says is the brand’s response to the somewhat meaningless term ‘small batch.”

Teeling Whiskey 32-Year-Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey Purple Muscat Finish

Teeling Irish Whiskey Distillery of Dublin, Ireland releases a first-of-its-kind 32-Year-Old Single Malt Irish Whiskey finished in Portuguese Purple Muscat casks. Distilled in 1990, and matured in bourbon barrels for 28 years, only 283 bottles have been produced at an ABV 53.7%, it will be $3,499.99 a bottle in November 2022, exclusively in the U.S.

Dry Diggings Distillery in Eldorado County, California

Chris Steller. founder and owner of Dry Diggings Distillery in Eldorado County, California is one of those rare people and he is leading a team that is producing Rubicon Whiskey, Amador AppleJack Brandy Dry Distilling Brandy Syrah. James Hills of ManTripping reports and gives spirit

Never Say Die Bourbon: World’s First Bourbon Whiskey to be Finished in England

Never Say Die Bourbon Barrel Strength is believed to be the first-ever Bourbon to make the transatlantic journey from Kentucky where it is distilled, across the ocean to be matured in barrels at White Peak’s Distillery in Derbyshire, England to give it a uniquely British character.

Annual Van Winkle Bourbon and Whiskey Release 2022: “More Bottles Available This Year Than Usual”..but how many?

Buffalo Trace Distillery tells BourbonBlog.com that the upcoming annual release of all six Van Winkle whiskey expressions will be available starting in October. BourbonBlog.com asks you to raise a roast with us to congratulate them on this year which marks a special milestone as it is the 20th anniversary of the partnership between the Van… Read more »

Knob Creek 18 Year Old Bourbon Whiskey: The Oldest Knob Yet!

Knob Creek releasing a limited edition of Knob Creek 18-Year-Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. This be their oldest and most mature age statement to date from the Small Batch Bourbon Collection from Jim Beam and the James B. Beam Distilling Co..

The All-Maduro Blackened Cigars “M81” By Drew Estate: Partnership with Metallica and Blackened American Whiskey

Drew Estate Cigars tells BourbonBlog.com they are releasing a new cigar in partnership with Blackened American Whiskey’s Rob Dietrich and Metallica’s James Hetfield. During the Kentucky Barn Smoker this weekend, Bourbon expert Tom Fischer is spending time with long time friend Master Distiller Rob Dietrich and the brand tasting the stunning new all-Maduro cigar and… Read more »