American Malt

Redemption Rye Releasing A High Wheater Bourbon

Redemption Whiskey is expanding its portfolio with its first Wheated Bourbon, debuting this month. Owned by Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits, Redemption Whiskey has heretofore been known for producing sourced rye whiskey and bourbon with high rye content. Continuing in that tradition, Redemption has released another true expression of grain; the limited-edition Redemption Wheated Bourbon ($45.99 SRP) featuring a high ...

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Stranahan’s Diamond Peak Malt Whiskey Review

Stranahan's Diamond Peak American Malt

By Richard Thomas Rating: B+ Although Colorado’s Stranahan’s Distillery was one of the trailblazers of the craft whiskey movement, not just in that state but in the U.S. as a whole, one of the ironies is that few actually followed in their path. Whereas most micro-distilleries throw themselves into a whole range of spirits—sourced and in-house; white and brown—Stranahan’s focused ...

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Penna Dutch Malt Whiskey

Penna Dutch Malt Whiskey

By Debbie Shocair Rating: B+ Craft distilling is making its mark on our American spirits heritage, and New Liberty Distillers in Pennsylvania is a case in point. Their building, which houses not only the distillery, but also the rick house, once served as a horse stable. Much of the architecture, including the stables, has been preserved in the distillery’s design. ...

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Westward Oregon Whiskey Review

Westward Oregon Malt Whiskey

By April Manning Rating: C+ Westward Oregon Straight Malt Whiskey is the creation of House Spirits Distillery, which is based in what some would consider one of the unlikeliest of places for whiskey, Portland, Oregon. However, Oregon’s dry, warm summers and wet cool winters are just what House Spirits’ founder, Christian Krogstad, called for in the crafting of this spirit. ...

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Stranahan’s Colorado Whiskey Review

Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B I used to refer to New York, Texas and Colorado as the three states contending to become “America’s Third Whiskey State.” I’m beginning to rethink if it’s still just those three, but a big part of why I originally put Colorado on the list was Stranahan’s, one of the early entrants in the micro-distillery movement. ...

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