Stranahan’s Rocky Mountain Colorado Single Malt Whiskey releases their Sherry Cask Single Malt Whiskey, finished in Oloroso Sherry barrels from the Andalusia region of Spain.
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Limestone Branch Distillery releases their 2017 Yellowstone Limited Edition Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey finished in charred wine casks. This is a combination of 7 and 12-year-old Kentucky Straight bourbons, with a special addition of Limestone Branch Distillery’s first available, 4-year-old Bourbon.
Woodford Reserve releases their latest innovation in rye whiskey using French Oak barrels started their lives aging Pinot Noir wine.
A new rye from Basil Hayden’s blends Kentucky, Canada, and California all in one!
BourbonBlog.com returns to California to host a series of Bourbon and international whisky tastings in the “Why Whiskey?” Educational Tasting Tour series August through September 2017. As part of the tour, BourbonBlog.com’s Tom Fischer will present at Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo, which draws 8,000 + restaurant & hospitality professionals from across the nation. Featured whiskeys will… Read more »
Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits Acquires Bib & Tucker Bourbon and Masterson’s Rye Whiskey.
The Keystone Neighbourhood Company tells BourbonBlog.com that Keystone’s 7th Annual Bacon and Bourbon Festival returns to River Run Village June 24 and 25, 2017. Tickets are available at this link ranging from $25 to $50. Full details of tickets and schedule below. With 3,000 lbs. of sizzling meat and a variety of brands participating with their… Read more »
Whiskey fans in and near Denver, Colorado, the Stranahan’s Cask Thief Festival 2017 at the distillery is this Saturday where you will taste from 6 rare barrels selected by Master Distiller, Rob Dietrich.
With 25 distilleries across the state, Tennessee whiskey fans can now tour the Tennessee Whiskey Trail as they travel the state.
Listen to our interview with Trey Zoeller as two barrels of Jefferson’s Kentucky Bourbon have seen it all from Hurricane Hermine and Hurricane Matthew to tropical storms. Now, we’ll taste a whiskey the way it might have been 150 years ago as Jefferson’s Journey comes to an end.