Buffalo Trace Wins Big at Icons of Whisky America Awards

One of Kentucky's own distilleries has been named American Distiller of the Year at Icons of Whisky Awards, beating out whiskey makers from all over the country. Buffalo...

Amid COVID Restrictions, Pennsylvania’s Craft Distillers Are Selling Like Crazy. But Is It Enough?

Liquor has always notoriously been considered recession proof, but the easily transmitted coronavirus has turned 2020’s health and economic nightmare into an issue even for the drinking industry, closing bars and forcing...
Rabbit Hole Bourbon, Rye, and PX Sherry Finish Bourbon. Courtesy Rabbit Hole.

Rabbit Hole Distillery Sells Majority Stake to Pernod Ricard

Rabbit Hole Distillery announced Friday that Pernod Ricard is set to acquire a majority stake in the company. Pernod, the second largest spirits group in the world behind Diageo, hasn't had an American Whiskey in...

Al Young, Legendary Four Roses Brand Ambassador, Has Passed Away

Celebrated Four Roses Senior Brand Ambassador Al Young, who spent 52 years with the iconic distillery, passed away on Christmas Day at the age of 77. Young was born in Louisville, Kentucky in 1942, and...

A Whiskey Playground is Opening this Summer in Kansas City

In June of 2019, J. Rieger & Co. will open to the public in Kansas City, Missouri for the first time in almost a century. The new facility will feature two trendy bars, a...

Bourbon Distilleries will be able to Reopen June 8

Bourbon distilleries will be able to reopen in Kentucky on June 8 after a nearly three month shut down. Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear announced there will be capacity limitations and sub-limitations....
The Bulleit Distilling Co. Visitor Experience is opening Tuesday, June 25th. Photo Courtesy Bulleit Distilling Co.

There’s a New Stop on The Bourbon Trail: The Bulleit Distilling Co. Visitor Experience...

The Bulleit Distilling Co. Visitor Experience is opening to the public Tuesday, June 25th, marking the 17th official stop on The Bourbon Trail. The new Shelbyville distillery and its Visitor Experience took five years and...

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...