Rye Whiskey

Ranger Creek .44 Rye Whiskey Review

By S.D. Peters Rating: A- As it is with writers, a whiskey’s reputation as a complement to the “independent spirit” appears indelible. It’s the drink of the American Frontier; the spirit that lent its name to a rebellion and was enjoyed by the outlaws and autonomous vigilantes in the films of Leone, Peckinpah, and other directors who challenged and uniquely ...

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Belgrove White Rye Whiskey Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Like Canadians and Americans, Australians trace some of their roots back to the distilling nations of Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. The only real reason Australia lacked a well-established whiskey industry was because whiskey distillation was illegal until the 1990s, so the legalization of distillation prompted the founding of Australia’s first distilleries. Since then, the Australian ...

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Catoctin Creek To Sell “Cask Proof” Roundstone Rye From Distillery Shop

On Saturday, December 14th, just in time for the holidays, Catoctin Creek will release this year’s limited production of the ever popular “Cask Proof” Roundstone Rye. Bottled at a whopping 116 proof, this is serious whisky! Great for that whisky connoisseur in your life, or indulge in something special for yourself! Only 120 bottles were produced this year, so a ...

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James E. Pepper 1776 Rye Whiskey Review

By S.D. Peters Rating: A- There’s not much that needs to be said about the Pepper brand nor it’s 3rd Generation heir, Col. James E. Pepper, that the Whiskey Reviewer hasn’t already said – or that can’t be found nicely summarized on the back of this Rye’s bottle. The Pepper brand is currently owned by the Georgetown Trading Company, a ...

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