The Jack Daniel’s whiskey brand is allowing tour guides at its Tennessee distillery to tell visitors that the company’s eponymous founder actually learned how to distill whiskey from a slave, the New York Times reported. The company had previously stated that Daniel was taught by a...
On its 150th anniversary, the Tennessee whiskey distillery concedes that its official history didn’t tell the whole story of its origins.
IN LOCAL NEWS: The Colorado Springs Gazette did a story on Michael Girard and his 3 Hundred Days of Shine distillery here in Monument. The area’s sole moonshine-focused distillery opened September 2014. Girard has produced a whole lot of his flavored liquor since. His distributor picks up at least 300 cases once a month – […]
We recently had the privilege of visiting George Dickel Tennessee Whisky’s famous Cascade Hollow Distillery, and went behind the scenes to see how grains, water, and yeast are transformed into wonderful whiskies for us to enjoy. Here, we share our tour in photos.
For World Gin Day, I took a closer look at the Sipsmith Distillery in London, and the process of small batch spirit production.
While searching at Dickel’s Tennessee distillery for barrels of 9-year-old whisky, distiller Allisa Henley stumbled across a cache of barrels filled with this nectar of the gods. It’s rich, sweet, with tons of vanilla and oak. For now, you’ll need to visit Cascade Hollow if you want one.
Lagavulin couldn't have found a better "spokesperson" than Nick Offerman, who has been rolling out highly amusing videos for the Scotch whisky distillery since last year. In the spirit of Father's Day, Offerman has returned with a short Lagavulin commercial with his dad in tow. Watch them sit quietly in a beautiful ... More »
These are the producers to know From coast to coast, American whiskey producers are expanding their repertoires beyond the patriotic staple of bourbon and newly resurgent rye. The burgeoning, brave new world of whiskey that's now being explored is the domain of the American single malt. Show More Summary
It was Cap Huff who said that no business or profession, not even the managing of a distillery, can provide the profusion of delight to be encountered in a good war. I have not found it so; and for my part I want no more of such delights...Show More Summary
The 325 Mule is the best drink to celebrate birthdays (and beyond).
Rhum Clement is perhaps Martinique’s most distinguished producer of sugarcane-based rhum agricole, but it’s been 8 years since we’ve checked in with the distillery in earnest. After some rebranding and shuffling of products, the lineup still looks fairly familiar. While… Continue reading ?
Have you found it hard to stay on top of all the new spirits being distilled here in Atlanta and its surrounding counties? Welcome to Drink Local, a semi-regular series in which we'll feature and taste a range of local products, starting...Show More Summary
Midway between Ireland’s bustling capital city of Dublin and the traditionally Irish Galway City, stands the oldest licensed distillery in the country. In a warehouse of wooden casks, the golden spirits age and transform, just as it has for over two and half centuries. However, the Kilbeggan Distillery was nearly lost. Show More Summary
Good morning. It is Wednesday, May 25. An Alameda-based distillery is making vodka with the Bay Area’s fog. Proceeds from the drink will go to water conservation. Here's what else is happening in the Golden State: TOP STORIES Warning signs The Los Angeles Unified School District has paid out more...
The distillery harvested enough mist to make 2400 bottles of vodka.
San Francisco-based distillery Hangar 1 has started making vodka from fog. The limited-edition vodka is called Fog Point and costs $125 per bottle.
These whiskey-swilling Stormtroopers are taking Instagram by, errr, storm. They crack open bottles, defend their alcohol from evil forces and even dance like Michael Jackson in a series of wonderful images posted online by their ownShow More Summary
In the midst of California's serious drought, one Bay Area-based spirits company sought a more sustainable solution to creating vodka.
An "extraordinarily crisp" vodka with "elegant hints of pear, citrus, and honeysuckle" is now available from a California distillery—and it's made with the finest fog San Francisco has to offer, Time reports. Hangar 1's high-end Fog Point (a bottle goes for $125) is crafted from culled water droplets in...
Due to the drought, the distillery is catching fog in the city to capture water, vodka's main ingredient. A distillery in the Bay Area is introducing a new vodka that comes with a twist: One of its key ingredients is fog. Hangar 1 unveiled Fog Point Friday, the first spirit ever made using fog caught in San Francisco, a substance readily available in the city. Read Full Story