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Buffalo Trace To Release “Old Fashioned Sour Mash”

Buffalo Trace Distillery has returned to its roots with the latest release in their long-running experimental whiskey program, a bourbon made using an old-fashioned process of souring the mash.  Distilled in May of 2002, this Old Fashioned Sour Mash experiment used Buffalo Trace’s proprietary mash.  The bourbon was cooked and cooled to standard; however, the similarities stop there. The mash ...

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Ireland’s Old Midleton To Reopen As Micro-Distillery

Irish Distillers, the largest whiskey producer in Ireland and home some of Irish whiskeys best known brands, such as Jameson, Powers and Paddy, has unveiled a new micro-distillery in Midleton, County Cork. The new facility, dubbed Microdistillery at Midleton, is intended to become the seat of Irish Disiller’s future experiments in whiskey-making, as well as where certain historical recipes will ...

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Seattle’s Batch 206 Poised To Release New Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Batch 206 Distillery, after a 2.5 year wait, has announced the release of their flagship Bourbon Whiskey, Old Log Cabin. Sales to the general public will begin at 11 am on Saturday, September 26th at the Seattle-based distillery’s own premises, where a limited and numbered set of commemorative collector’s edition bottles will be available for purchase from ...

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County Wicklow Gets Ireland’s Latest Distillery Project

By Richard Thomas Powerscourt Estate will become the home of Ireland’s latest distillery project according to the plans of entrepreneurs Gerry Ginty and Ashley Gardiner. The two announced plans to invest €10 million in the construction of Powerscourt Distillery, creating 18 full-time jobs with a production capacity quoted at “1 million bottles.” Giny and Gardiner hope to raise the first €5 ...

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