Old Forester Takes Over Turf Classic Race; Sets Up the Bourbon Double Bet on...

Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky announced today that it is the new title sponsor of the Turf Classic thoroughbred horse race; the race runs each year just prior to the Kentucky Derby at...
Wilderness Trail

Wilderness Trail Distillery Bought by Campari at $600M Valuation

Bourbon is big business. Earlier this week, the news dropped that spirits giant Campari (Milan, Italy based) is set to buy a 70% stake in Danville, Kentucky's "Wilderness Trail Distillery" (WTD)...

10 Health Related Benefits of Drinking Bourbon (Responsibly)

The following article was originally posted by Bourbon Classic, a week long celebration of the Bourbon, Culinary, and Cocktail Arts in Louisville, Kentucky. There are limited tickets remaining for the Classic's...

TBR Welcomes New Brand Ambassador and Contributor, Ashley Hlebinsky

It is with great pleasure that The Bourbon Review introduces our newest brand ambassador and contributor, Ashley Hlebinsky. Ashley is currently the Firearms Curator for the Cody Firearms Museum located in Cody, Wyoming. The 30-year-old...

The Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame Honors Six New Members

The Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame welcomed six new members in a ceremony at last week's Kentucky Bourbon Festival, bestowing a prestigious Parker Beam Lifetime Achievement Award on one of the honorees. Induction into the...
fifth annual Lois Mateus Networking Award

Heaven Hill VP Kate Shapira Latts Honored by Bourbon Women, Kentucky Distillers’ Association

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (Aug. 31, 2018) Kate Shapira Latts, Vice President of Marketing for Heaven Hill Brands, received the fifth annual Lois Mateus Networking Award Aug. 24 from Bourbon Women and the Kentucky Distillers' Association, honoring...

Sweet Sixteen: Jim Beam Fills 16 Millionth Barrel Since Prohibition

As the James B. Beam Distilling Co. prepares to celebrate their 225th anniversary this year, they've already hit another distilling milestone. Today, the distillery filled its sixteen millionth barrel since Prohibition.

James E. Pepper Distillery Lives Again

Historic site is distilling whisky again after a 50 year break Story Justin Thompson Photos Victor Sizemore If you get the chance to spend some time with current James E. Pepper brand owner, Amir Peay, you’ll find...