Plus, bourbons made with alternative aging processes, a limited edition from MGP, and high-proof Irish whiskey are rolling out.
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Plus, 10 year old cask-strength scotch, 14 year old Kentucky straight bourbon, and several coffee-flavored whiskeys are hitting shelves now.
Pinhook is launching a 9-year rye maturation series, while Four Gate debuts its first rye and Forty Creek gets experimental.
Its imitators have been numerous, but this single malt distillery set the standard for Speyside whisky long ago.
Plus, Barrell is launching whiskey “micro-blends,” five Midwest distilleries collaborated on a charitable bottling, and Ireland’s Waterford Distillery unveils its first offerings.
Plus, Republic Restoratives launches Borough bourbon finished in Armagnac casks, and distilleries in Colorado and Maryland debut new single malt and rye.
Plus, two new Irish whiskeys, a couple of straight ryes, and a Balcones distilled from Shiner Bock are all hitting shelves.