Rye Whiskey

Catoctin Creek Releases Oldest Whiskey Yet

Catoctin Creek announced the release of its oldest whiskey to date on Monday, October 19:  Rabble Rouser 4 year old Straight Rye Whiskey. The new rye is distilled from a 100% rye mashbill, and like the other whiskeys from Catoctin Creek, Rabble Rouser is a single barrel release. The Rabble Rouser differs from its cousin, Roundstone Rye, in that it ...

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WhistlePig Opens New Distillery, Goes Grain To Glass

WhistlePig announced the official, operational opening of its distillery on Wednesday, October 14. Located in a converted century old barn on the WhistlePig Farm in Shoreham, Vermont, the distillery will make WhistlePig one of the few American whiskey companies to base the entire whiskey-making process in one place, from harvesting rye in the fields to distilling, barreling, aging, and bottling ...

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Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Rye Whiskey Review

Russell's Reserve Single Barrel Rye

By April Manning Rating: B Russell’s Reserve Single Barrel Rye is the latest Wild Turkey creation, only just released in September 2015. It is a 104 proof (52% abv), single-barrel rye whiskey. While there is no age statement found on the bottle, it is bottled at a higher proof than Russell’s Reserve 6 Year Old Rye. In order to be ...

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How BTAC 2015 Measures Up To Its Past

BTAC

Comparing The Buffalo Trace Antique Collections By Facts, Figures And Opinions By Richard Thomas While Pappy Van Winkle gets the attention in the mainstream press, among true die-hard bourbon enthusiasts the most anticipated annual whiskey release is arguably that of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection (BTAC). While bourbon fans obsess about the technical details of other annual bourbon releases too, ...

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