Dick Stoll shepherded Pennsylvania distilling through its nadir—and into a bright future—making legendary bourbon along the way.
Archive: Whisky History
The distiller will support West Overton Village in Pennsylvania to highlight the rye whiskey’s role in American history.
Its imitators have been numerous, but this single malt distillery set the standard for Speyside whisky long ago.
Bold, spicy rye forms the base of timeless drinks like the Manhattan, and it continues to inspire today’s bartenders.
The economics of whiskey making a century ago has far-reaching effects on today’s distilling industry.
Bourbon has come a long way in the last few centuries. Here are the key moments in America’s native whiskey history.