For the First Time, King of Kentucky Will See Distribution Outside KY

Brown-Forman's acclaimed annual King of Kentucky release will be arriving soon, and for the first time in it's three year run, it will be heading to shelves outside its home state.

This Fall’s Old Fitzgerald will be First 14-Year Release Outside the Distillery

Heaven Hill has announced the Fall 2020 release of their coveted Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond decanters, the first 14-year-old expression in the line available outside the distillery. Each...

Celebrate The Derby From Home

Attendance at Churchill Downs may have been canceled but you can still celebrate the greatest two minutes in sports with a great Kentucky Derby At Home party. NBC will televise coverage...

Blanton’s Straight From the Barrel is Coming to Shelves in the U.S.

Just months after Buffalo Trace Distillery announced they'd be sneaking a small allocation of Blanton's Gold out to the U.S., they've promised another rare annual single barrel release with Blanton's Straight From...

Celebrate National Dog Day With Your Best Friend and Bourbon

 “Happiness is having a rare steak, a bottle of whiskey, and a dog to eat the rare steak.” - Johnny Carson Mans best friend: dog or bourbon? On...

The Fourth Chapter of Little Book is a Touching Nod to Fred Noe

When Jim Beam eighth generation distiller Freddie Noe began blending his top-shelf bottles in the Little Book Line, he was all about the experimentation. Drawing on creative malt and corn whiskeys and...

The 2020 Maker’s Mark Wood Finishing Series Release is Distillery’s First Foray into Blending

Maker's Mark has announced the launch of the Wood Finishing Series 2020 Limited Release, the brand's first ever blend of bourbons. The Loretto distillery launched their Wood Finishing...

The Federal Government is Coming for your Moderate Bourbon Habit

Since 1995, both hard science (and common sense) have led to the government's recommendation that bourbon lovers can safely enjoy two nightly pours, without going over the top of course. Now, just...