Plus, Sagamore Spirit and Kentucky Peerless release limited-edition ryes, an alternatively aged American whiskey debuts, the second South African whisky to be available in the U.S. is announced, and more.
Archive: Whisky Weekend
Plus, Pinhook launches the first whiskey from Castle & Key Distillery, the Whistler Irish whiskey debuts, and The Last Drop is offering a 42 year old single grain scotch.
Plus, Kilbeggan debuts a single pot still Irish whiskey, NFL player and actor Terry Bradshaw launches a bourbon, and there’s a Peruvian corn whiskey coming out.
Plus, Redemption debuts a rum-finished rye, Tomatin has a very old single malt, and Jameson Cold Brew—made with Irish whiskey and coffee—is launching.
Plus, details on Old Forester’s new single barrel proofs, Westland’s latest Peat Week single malt, Kentucky straight rye, and more.
Two craft distilleries are launching milestone whiskeys, while a new cask-strength scotch from Tullibardine makes its debut.
Both the hockey star and fashion designer are investing in distilling, while a set of alternatively-aged whiskeys is hitting shelves overseas.
Plus, Barrell’s 2020 New Year bourbon is now available, Oak & Eden launches a wheated bourbon, and the oldest Penderyn ever released is coming out.