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Pendleton Midnight Canadian Whisky Review

Pendleton Midnight Whisky

By Father John Rayls Rating: B Hood River Distillers describes itself as the largest and oldest importer, producer, bottler, and marketer of spirits in the Pacific Northwest. Established in 1934 in Hood River, Oregon, Hood River Distillers began by making fruit wines and brandies from the apples and pears that were going to waste as excess production from the valley’s abundant ...

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Bruichladdich Laddie Classic 1 Scotch Review

Bruichladdich Laddie Classic

By Kurt Maitland Rating: A- The Bruichladdich distillery is found on the north shore of Loch Indaal, Islay, and once upon a time that location made it the most westerly distillery in Scotland, until the Kilchoman distillery was built in 2005. The distillery on Indaal was originally constructed in 1881 by Robert William and John Gourlay Harvey. The Harvey family ...

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Four Kings Rye Whiskey Review

Four Kings Rye Whiskey

By Father John Rayls Rating: B There’s a new (old) trend that’s gaining traction in the craft whiskey distilling business. Breweries have done it for years, and the reasoning makes sense.With so many new distilleries popping up, whiskey entrepreneurs are looking for ways to reach new markets through joint cooperative ventures. Certainly the first Craft Collaboration of the “Four Kings” ...

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1792 Sweet Wheat Bourbon Review

Barton 1792 Sweet Wheat Bourbon

By Father John Rayls Rating: B+ Bardstown, Kentucky’s Barton Distillery (owned by Sazerac, the same company as Buffalo Trace), Kentucky, recently released 1792 Sweet Wheat Bourbon Whiskey as its newest offering.  Although the brand is typically a mid-shelf whiskey, this one might surprise many bourbon lovers. Barton is the oldest fully operating distillery in the famous, self-proclaimed “Bourbon Capital of ...

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