The Patio at Hotel Covington. Courtesy meetNKY.

Why Northern Kentucky is the Best Bourbon Weekend Trip in 2019

When we talk about bourbon culture in 2019, the conversation is often about rebuilding. From the revitalization of an industry brought to the brink of extinction two decades ago, to the unstoppable momentum of...

The 2020 Virtual Kentucky Bourbon Festival is Happening All Weekend Long

Pour a glass of your favorite bourbon and get comfy on your couch, cause the 2020 Kentucky Bourbon Festival fun is already beginning. From October 15th to October 18th, the 29th Annual...

‘Garden & Gun’ Names A South Carolina Bourbon Overall Winner in 2018 Made in...

A 100% corn bourbon took the Overall Winner award at this year’s Made in the South Awards presented by Garden & Gun. High Wire Distilling Co.’s New Southern Revival Straight Bourbon Whiskey beat out...

How Early Times Traversed Bourbon’s Ups and Downs for 160 Years

Early Times is turning 160 this year, and it's celebrating its reign as one of the longest-running labels in bourbon. The brand was born of bourbon royalty - in 1860, at the age of just...

Happy Holidays: Old Forester is Sold Out of 1910 Old Fine Whisky

Here's hoping you stocked up on Old Forester 1910 Old Fine Whisky, because it's basically going to be unavailable until the second half of next year. The Bourbon Review received a tip yesterday that Old...
Abraham Lincoln

Top 5 Presidential Whiskey Quotes

Andrew Jackson, 7th President "I have never in my life seen a Kentuckian who didn’t have a gun, a pack of cards, and a jug of whiskey."

These Are The Best Selling American Whiskeys of 2020 According to ‘Drinks International’

Drinks International has named Bulleit the Best Selling American Whiskey Brand of 2020 in the results of their annual report on the buying habits of major bars of the world. It has occupied this slot since 2015.
Reigler at the Smithfield, Virginia "Bourbon, Bacon & Beach Music Festival." Courtesy Susan Reigler

How Susan Reigler & the Bourbon Women Association are Bridging Bourbon’s Gender Gap

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...