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The reasons are piling up to visit Four Roses this week. Not only are they celebrating the completion of a $55 million expansion, they'll be releasing the first ever bottles of their new Small Batch Select, which was created with some...
Kentucky distiller Jim Beam has not laid down a single barrel of Booker's Rye whiskey—the award-winning limited edition bottle released in 2016—according to Master Distiller Fred Noe. During an exclusive interview with The Bourbon Review earlier this year, Noe was...
UPDATE: Statements from Nelson County officials have provided more details. The latest here. *** One of the beer wells at Barton 1792 Distillery has broken or spilled up to 60,000 gallons of fermented mash. “Today, March 5, 2019 we had an incident...
Buffalo Trace has announced the oldest release yet of their popular Eagle Rare bourbon. Double Eagle Very Rare is 20 years old - three years older than the 17-year version found in the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection, and double...
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...
The historic Indiana distillery will release the Rye in two expressions, Master Crafted and Barrel Proof Straight Rye Whiskeys  MGP Ingredients is proud to announce the launch of Rossville Union, their first proprietary Rye Whiskey label. Named after the founding...
No injuries reported; 18,000 Bourbon barrels housed in the warehouse have fallen between the two collapses On June 22nd, Warehouse 30 at Barton 1792 Distillery partially collapsed, leaving 9,000 barrels on the ground but luckily no one injured. As of...
When Colonel E.H. Taylor built his fermenters at Buffalo Trace in 1883, he dug brick pits in a building on the banks of the Kentucky River, lined them with copper, and distilled a sour mash bourbon whiskey....

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