Sneak Peek: Town Branch Rye

Town Branch Rye

Updated December 19, 2016 By Richard Thomas Average Rating: B- With a visit to the United States on the horizon, I contacted the fine folks at the Lexington Brewing and Distilling Company (usually known as “Town Branch” on the whiskey side, after the Bourbon) about the availability of their new Bourbon Barrel Stout, and they invited me to stop by. ...

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George T. Stagg Wins Top Honors At World Whiskey Awards

(From Buffalo Trace Press Release) The whiskeys from Buffalo Trace Distillery were honored at the World Whiskies Awards, sponsored by Whisky Magazine.  The event took place in London in March and featured more than 300 whiskies battling it out during three intensive blind tasting rounds, seeking the coveted title of “2013 World’s Best Whiskies.” Buffalo Trace Distillery had three whiskeys ...

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Buffalo Trace Releases Ninth Single Oak Bourbon

(From Buffalo Trace Press Release) Buffalo Trace Distillery releases the ninth round of the Single Oak Project Bourbon and with it some interesting perspectives from the top two consumer reviewers. In this ninth release, all of the bourbons that comprise this release entered the barrel at 125 proof, aged within the concrete walls and floors of Warehouse L, with a ...

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Wemyss Malts Releases New April 2013 Single Casks

(Expanded from Wemyss Malts Press Release) Edinburgh based boutique Spirits Company Wemyss Malts is delighted to announce the release of their latest single cask single malt whiskies. Releasing 6 casks simultaneously, distilled across 4 different decades, is a first for the company. Each cask is a celebration of the unique and contrasting appeals of the different Scotch whisky regions. Wemyss ...

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Stonewall Goes West Available in Paperback and on Kindle

The Kindle version for Stonewall Goes West, the new novel from Whiskey Reviewer editor R.E. Thomas, is now available on Amazon. In addition to being available for regular purchase, Amazon Prime subscribers can “borrow” the book for free until mid-July. Stonewall Goes West answers the Civil War’s most popular alternate history question, “what if Stonewall Jackson had lived?”, in a ...

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