Plus, Maker’s Mark is raising funds for hospitality workers with a special bourbon, and well-aged scotch from Craigellachie, Oban, Loch Lomond, and others hits shelves.
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Created in partnership with a local distillery, Pistol Pete Six-Shooter rye will help fund the athletic department.
Plus, an Indian single malt finished in wine barrels, bourbon for a good cause, and the world’s first whiskey finished in ginger beer casks are all making their debut.
Plus, over a dozen new scotches, bourbons, and more from Kilchoman, Barrell, New Riff, Heaven’s Door, and other producers.
Plus, Blackened launches a barrel-proof blend, several fresh Irish whiskeys hit the U.S., and new bottled in bond bourbons are rolling out now.
There is less 20 and 23 year old bourbon but more 13 year old rye, if you can get any of these Pappy’s to begin with.
Jacob’s Pardon is made by Marc and Jake Taub, whose ancestors were convicted—and later pardoned—for illegal whiskey activity during Prohibition.