The meteoric rise of Asian single malt is perhaps the most widely reported whisky story of the past decade. Japan and Taiwan have positioned themselves at the center of the spectacle, birthing liquids that have become feverishly revered and...
This summer, Eddie and Jimmy Russell celebrated a combined 101 years of distilling. It was 37 years ago (and change, now) that “young” Eddie took his first job at Wild Turkey, inadvertently continuing the family legacy. Like father like son. But...
Since retirement, Jim Rutledge has shown no signs of slowing down. He’s been contract distilling at Castle & Key while simultaneously launching the J.W. Rutledge Distillery, which includes reviving the heritage brand Cream of Kentucky. The Bourbon Review recently...
Ashley Hlebinsky has a seriously cool job. In her role as Curator in Charge of the Cody Firearms Museum at Buffalo Bill Center of the West, she oversees exhibits on weaponry from Wyoming’s pioneer days to the present. She’s...
When it was announced that Bob Dylan would be joining the ranks of celebrity whiskey makers, we wondered what Bob Dylan knew about whiskey. But Ryan Perry of Heaven’s Door Spirits knew Dylan already knew everything he needed to...
When it comes to bourbon, Susan Reigler is nothing short of a powerhouse. The Louisville native wears more boozy hats that most: She’s an Executive Bourbon Steward, seasoned food and drink journalist, former biology professor with a Masters degree...

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