Rye Whiskey

Templeton Rye Settles Deceptive Whiskey Suit

By Richard Thomas Whiskey bottler Templeton Rye has agreed to settle three lawsuits that alleged the company had engaged in misleading practices that hurt the public, according to The Associated Press. The Iowa-based Templeton Rye was cited for years in American whiskey and blogging circles as the main example of a brand engaging in misleading marketing and labeling practices. At ...

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Twelve Five Rye Whiskey Review

Twelve Five Rye Whiskey

By Kurt Maitland Rating: B Twelve Five Rye Whiskey is made at Iowa’s Cedar Ridge Vineyards and Distillery by the Congenial Spirits Company, an outfit billed as the first licensed distillery in Iowa since the age of Prohibition. This rye is distilled in small batches using a European-engineered, 80-gallon Bavarian copper pot. Twelve Five’s mashbill is comprised of 70% rye, ...

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Heaven Hill Releases Pikesville Rye Whiskey

Heaven Hill Brands today announced the launch of a spirit, Pikesville Straight Rye Whiskey. At 6 years old and 110 proof, this new expression of Pikesville Rye is produced at Heaven Hill’s historic Bernheim Distillery in Louisville, and aged in its rickhouses in Bardstown, Kentucky. With a suggested retail price of $49.99 for a 750ml bottle, it will roll out ...

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Four Kings Rye Whiskey Available Now

By Richard Thomas Late yesterday saw the release of the new collaborative craft whiskey, Four Kings Rye. Drawing on equal measures of rye whiskey from Corsair Artisan Distilling (KY and TN), Few Spirits (IL), Journeyman Distilling (MI) and Mississippi River Distilling (IA), the blended Four Kings Rye is limited to a production run of just 700 bottles. The whiskey used ...

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Craft Whiskey’s Four Kings Return With Rye

Four of the Midwest’s top craft distilleries are releasing a second collaborative whiskey in Chicago on June 25. Corsair Distillery in Nashville, Tennessee, Few Spirits in Evanston, Illinois, Journeyman Distilling in Three Oaks, Michigan and Mississippi River Distilling Company in LeClaire, Iowa each contributed 30 gallons of rye whiskey that was blended into what is being called “Four Kings” Rye ...

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