American craft distillers are turning to traditional strains of the grain to create more flavorful whiskeys.
Distillers the world over are crafting unique rye whiskies, a departure from the styles made in the U.S. and Canada.
France is probing the question of terroir and provenance as its distillers turn out excellent whisky, from Alsace to the Alps.
A new rule for bourbon would limit barrel size—and potentially curb creativity and flavor diversity in the process.
The legal definition of malt whiskey in the U.S. shares few similarities with styles made in Scotland and elsewhere.
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