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Robb Report Club Members Journey to Scotland

In August, Robb Report Club members journeyed to Scotland for a week split between the capital city of Edinburgh and a remote whiskey distillery in the Highlands. Timed to coincide with three annual festivals and perfect late-summerShow More Summary

Bars & Pubs - Laphroaig’s Stone Wall Social

Mon 23 Nov Peaty whisky isn't for everyone, but if you like a lick of smoke in your Scotch then Laphroaig is the distillery for you. Of course a Scottish Island...

Accusations and Insults Are Flying in the UK’s Artisanal Vodka Wars

Chase says that they don’t make their vodka from scratch the way his Chase Distillery does, despite claiming that they do. Instead, Chase says his competitors start with something called “neutral spirit,” which is a ready-made, high-proof alcohol.

New Booze Producer: Old Fourth Distillery

The three years it took the owners to navigate a permitting labyrinth and renovate their Edgewood facility doesn’t seem so long when you consider that we haven’t had a proper distillery since 1906.

Review: Sons of Liberty True Born Gin “The Belgian Wheat Act” and Pumpkin Spice Flavored Whiskey (2015)

Sons of Liberty distillery is doing some exciting work in the tiny state of Rhode Island. Today we look at two new offerings — an innovative gin and an update to its pumpkin-flavored whiskey. Thoughts follow. Sons of Liberty True… Continue...Show More Summary

Review: Glasgow Distillery Co. Prometheus 26 Years Old

Glasgow Distillery Co. is the producer of Makar Gin, but it also put together this one-off single malt, essentially an independent bottling of a 26 year old whisky sourced from a mystery distillery in Speyside. Oddly, it’s a peated Speyside… Continue reading ? The post Review: Glasgow Distillery Co. Prometheus 26 Years Old appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Judge Recused In University Of Kentucky V. Kentucky Mist Moonshine Case Because He's A Kentucky Grad

2 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Techdirt

We were just discussing the University of Kentucky's asshat-ish bullying attempts concerning Kentucky Mist Moonshine's gall in selling hats and t-shirts featuring the distillery's name and logo. The whole episode has been entirely silly...Show More Summary

Review: Laphroaig Cairdeas 200th Anniversary Edition 2015

This year’s limited edition Cairdeas bottling from Laphroaig commemorates the distillery’s 200th anniversary. This year, the distillery eschews avant garde wood finishes and goes with a decidedly traditional approach: “The 2015 is produced...Show More Summary

Why we aren’t likely to see liquor store privatization

As more craft distilleries open, the liquor market is starting to fragment just like the beer market has over the past decade. Some people home that as more distilleries open, it will cause North Carolina to privatize liquor stores. Unfortunately, privatization advocates are likely to be disappointed. Here’s why, in a short quote from a […]

Is the Craft Beer and Spirits Movement Threatening Big Brands?

Americans can’t get enough craft booze, and big brands are noticing. Andrew Buchanan had prepared for the launch of The Gentleman Distillery’s bourbon for months; however, this wasn’t just any craft spirit. Buchanan and his businessShow More Summary

Review: The Exclusive Malts Batch #9 – Deanston 1997, Ben Nevis 1996, Glen Keith 1996, Glen Garioch 1995, Allt-A-Bhainne 1995, Cambus 1988

It’s another outturn from indie bottlers The Exclusive Malts, with a series of eight single cask releases from a wide range of distilleries. Today we look at six of them. So, without further ado, let’s get on to the tasting!… Continue...Show More Summary

Review: Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon 2015 Edition

With Jim Rutledge retiring from Four Roses and Brent Elliot succeeding him as master distiller, Rutledge has just overseen his last edition of the Four Roses Small Batch, his final release from the distillery. The 2015 Limited Edition Small Batch… Continue reading ? The post Review: Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch Bourbon 2015 Edition appeared first on Drinkhacker.

How Japan Fell In Love With Whisky

2 weeks agoNews : The Daily Beast

The current vogue for Japanese whisky has a venerable, little-known history, starting with Masataka Taketsuru opening Japan's first whisky distillery just outside Kyoto in 1924.

New Holland Brewing to Begin Construction on Grand Rapids Brewpub & Distillery

(Holland, MI) – New Holland Brewing Co., a longstanding Michigan brewery and craft distillery, announces that constructi… The post New Holland Brewing to Begin Construction on Grand Rapids Brewpub & Distillery appeared first on

Rum is the next addition to D.C.'s homegrown spirits scene

Cotton and Reed, opening near Union Market in early 2016, will be the only distillery making rum in the city.

Under Armour founder Plank breaks ground for his whiskey distillery in Baltimore

Gov. Hogan called the new company, Sagamore Spirit, an “exciting achievement” for the city and the state.

Review: Royal Salute The Eternal Reserve Blended Whisky

Royal Salute is one of those curious blended whiskies that everyone seems to know about, but no one ever seems to drink. I’ve oddly never sampled a dram from the porcelain (not glass!) flagon, which calls the Strathisla distillery its… Continue reading ? The post Review: Royal Salute The Eternal Reserve Blended Whisky appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Review: Abhainn Dearg Single Malt Scotch Whisky

Abhainn Dearg (pronounded: Aveen Jarræk) is located on the Isle of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides. It’s the only distillery located out here, and the malt whisky it produces is young and pungent. A brand new operation, the first whisky (new… Continue reading ? The post Review: Abhainn Dearg Single Malt Scotch Whisky appeared first on Drinkhacker.

Review: Deanston Highland Single Malt 18 Years Old Bourbon Cask Finish

New to the distillery’s permanent lineup in 2015, Deanston’s 18 year old expression has more going on than the relatively light and straightforward 12 year old. Note that this is the bourbon cask finished expression — which is finished in first-fill… Continue reading ? The post Review: Deanston Highland Single Malt 18 Years Old Bourbon Cask Finish appeared first on Drinkhacker.

The Blurring of Art, Machines, And Vodka At Industry City Distillery

"We make booze to pay for art and science," says the cofounder of the New York-based vodka maker. Industry City Distillery has been a beautiful accident from the start. And much of it still doesn't make sense four years after the first batch was created—until you taste what's in the bottle. Read Full Story

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