New “Binder’s Stash” Docuseries Gives an Inside Look at Whiskey Collections Across the Country

Binder’s Stash.

Bill Binder knows whiskey. He’s curated and designed whiskey dens around the country, been published in Forbes for his craft cocktails, and now, he’s taking his show on the road with his new docuseries, Binder’s Stash. The show follows Bill around the country as he explores bourbon bars, distilleries, and more in his search of the best whiskey America has to offer.

The series is presented in eight 30-45 minute episodes, each with exclusive interviews with Master Distillers, bartenders, and legends in the whiskey world. Bill and his team canvas the nation from coast to coast, starting with the famed Jack Rose in Washington, DC.

Binder’s Stash is the brainchild of Director and Producer Emily Skye, who met Bill and was immediately drawn in by the story she saw him tell about the whiskey. While Skye got her start in modeling and acting, she found herself more drawn to roles behind the camera.

They film in 10 states and 25 cities, making it pretty likely they’ll show a spot you love. The film schedule she planned was strenuous, hitting all these cities in just nine weeks:

Washington,D.C – Jack Rose
Virginia, Purcellville – Catoctin
Virginia, Richmond – Reservoir
West Virginia, Maxwelton- Smooth Ambler
PA, Pittsburg – Wigle
PA, Philadelphia – New Liberty
PA, Bristo l- Dad’s Hat
Vermont, Shoreham – WhistlePig
Kentucky, Louisville – Michter’s Distillery
Kentucky, Harrodsburg – Beaumont Inn
Kentucky, Louisville – Vendome Copper
Florida, Jacksonville – Manifest Distilling
Florida, St. Augustine – St. Augustine Distillery
Florida, Boynton Beach – Sweetwater
Tennessee, Chattanooga – Chattanooga Distillery
TN, Nashville – Steele Speakeasy
Tennessee, Nashville – Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery
Tennessee, Whites Creek – Prichard’s Distillery
California, Ukiah – Charbay Distillery
California, Sonoma – Sonoma Distilling Company
Oregon, Bend – Oregon Spirit Distillers
Oregon, Portland – New Deal Distillery
Kentucky, Bardstown – Willett Distillery
Kentucky, Frankfort – Buffalo Trace Distillery
Kentucky, Lawrenceburg – Four Roses Distillery
Kentucky, Bardstown – Bardstown Bourbon Company
Kentucky, Lexington – Justins’ House of Bourbon

To find out more about when the show will air, follow @bindersstash on Instagram.

The docuseries’ official trailer was launched this morning. Watch below to spot some familiar faces.


Caroline Paulus
Caroline Paulus is the Senior Editor for The Bourbon Review. She lives and writes in Lexington, Kentucky. Follow her on Instagram @misswhiskeyhistorian to keep up with her latest in bourbon news - and a few old finds, too.