From mountain tops to underground caves, whisky is being made in conditions that are far from normal.
Distillers the world over are crafting unique rye whiskies, a departure from the styles made in the U.S. and Canada.
From Nantucket to the Puget Sound, distilleries are crafting unique expressions of coastal bourbon, single malt, and more.
A new rule for bourbon would limit barrel size—and potentially curb creativity and flavor diversity in the process.
Here’s what you need to know about the craft distillers using mesquite, peat, and more to create a whole new style of whiskey.