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The Distillery: Resurrecting Political Equality”

Johanna Kalb at the Brennan Center: In May, the University of Pennsylvania Law Review Online will publish a series of essays examining the role that political equality could play in the Supreme Court’s campaign finance jurisprudence.  The authors in this … Continue reading ?

Meet the Family Behind Japan's Oldest Sake Distillery

11 hours agoHumor / odd : mental_floss

For the Sudo family, making sake isn't just a livelihood—it's a long-standing tradition.

Quick Bites: Manuel's set to reopen midsummer, Gwinnett gets a distillery, and more

Gunshow’s “Hired Guns” series continues with badass chef de cuisine Brian Baxter of HUSK in Nashville, Tennessee, who will grace the Atlanta restaurant’s kitchen on Sun., May 22 and Mon., May 23. Chefs Kevin Gillespie and Joey Ward will cook alongside Baxter both nights. The renovation of Manuel's Tavern is slated to be complete this summer by Fri., July 22.…

Hipsters, Australia is the place to be making whisky

If you've been dreaming of turning full hipster and opening a whisky distillery, there's never been a better time than now. That is if you are Australian. And have a beard.  SEE ALSO: By 2020, cigarettes in Australia will cost $40 aShow More Summary

Review: Port Dundas Single Grain Whisky 12 Years Old and 18 Years Old

While the history of the distillery is complex, Diageo-owned Port Dundas has been producing single grain spirit since the mid-1800s, making it one of the oldest grain distilleries in Scotland. At least until 2010, when it was shuttered. The whisky… Continue reading ?

Review: Moosehead Lager and Radler

Moosehead is Canada’s oldest independent distillery and the only remaining major distillery owned by Canadians. And it’s still turning out the same beer you remember from college. Or your dad remembers from college. The New Brunswick-based operation recently launched a… Continue reading ?

Bloody Mary Secrets That Will Change Your Life

5 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

Bloody mary season is nigh. Personally, I’d drink a spiked meal in a glass any time of year, but there’s nothing quite like sipping a bloody mary in the warm spring sunshine. So when Few, one of my favorite distilleries, offered to send me something called “Breakfast Gin,” I got a bright idea. Show More Summary

Whiskey Wednesday #9

One last set of Irish, and this one's from my trip back in March. A three-day press jaunt to the new Tullamore Distillery. We were there for the launch of the new 14 and 18 year old Tullamore Single Malts. I got to see some old friends -- Ian Buxton, Mark Gillespie, and Gavin Smith among them -- and made some new ones. Show More Summary

Pier 29 To Become Local Maker Showcase With Possible Brewery/Craft Distillery

The top proposal for the redevelopment of the 20,000-square-foot space on the Embarcadero has been chosen by the Port Commission, and it's the team behind NY's Chelsea Market. [ more › ]

Pier 29 Most Likely To Become Craft Distillery and Coffee Nirvana

Port to decide on $4.7 million, 15-year lease It appears that Washington DC-based Jamestown LP has wooed the Port of San Francisco and won a lease on the 20,000 square-foot commercial space at Pier 29. Their secret: Plying us all with...Show More Summary

Charleston distillery uses reactor to create "aged" alcohol

Fans of aged alcohol may want to celebrate a big disruption in the spirits industry

Russia Set To Open Its First Whiskey Distillery

Russia is on course to open its first whiskey distillery after local officials in the region of Kaliningrad greenlit the project to build a factory. Although hard liquor consumption in Russia is problematically high, production, exports...Show More Summary

Review: Jameson Crested Irish Whiskey

Jameson has long made a rare and special bottling called Jameson Crested Ten, which includes a lot of pure pot still whiskey along with some sherry cask-aged stock. While the distillery calls this “a little known minor classic,” the rest… Continue reading ?

Review: Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve Barrel Finished Gin Edition 2

A few years ago Beefeater was at the forefront of what has become a regular procession of barrel-aged gins. It’s Beefeater Burrough’s Reserve remains one of the better expressions on the market. Now the distillery is back with Edition 2.… Continue reading ?

5 of the Hottest American Small Batch Spirits for Home Mixologists

Tasty small batch spirits to add to your home bar. While you might think small batch craft distilleries are overrated and are the purview of the waning hipster trend, we would disagree. Just like we saw with the craft beer trend, the popularity of small batch spirits is actually growing. Show More Summary

Anchor Distilling's Rooftop Tasting Room And Cocktail Garden Will Make You Woozy

Yep, now there's a distillery tasting to complement the brewery tour. [ more › ]

Ketel One Vodka Celebrates Its 325th Anniversary with a Limited-Edition Bottle

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Travel : RobbReport

325th Anniversary Nolet Family Distillery Bottle by Ketel One The Dutch distiller’s commemorative bottle harkens back to the roots of the family business… Richard Carleton Hacker

Whitesburg Journal: (Legal) Moonshiner and University Battle Over Rights to ‘Kentucky’

When Colin Fultz opened a gourmet distillery and tried to trademark his business name, Kentucky Mist Moonshine, the University of Kentucky said, Whoa.

Inside the Welsh Distillery Taking on the Irish and Scottish Whisky Dons

Ireland may have Jameson and Scotland its world-renowned Scotch, but Penderyn Distillery is making a name for Welsh whisky. “The Scots do a double distillation, the Irish distil three times, but we only distil once,” says Penderyn’s Jon Tregenna.

Review: Pittyvaich 25 Years Old Limited Edition 2015

Why don’t you know anything about Pittyvaich? Because the Speyside distillery was built in 1975 and torn down in 1993. As Diageo notes, this Special Edition release, distilled in 1989, survived longer than the distillery itself did. Aged in refill… Continue reading ?

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