Tag Archives: Micro-Distilling

Sons of Liberty Battle Cry Belgian Triple Beer Review

By Richard Thomas Rating: B Yesterday’s review was of the Battle Cry American Malt Whiskey from the Rhode Island brewstillery, Sons of Liberty. Today we’re tackling the beer from which that single malt was distilled, Battle Cry Belgium Tripel, bottled at 8% ABV. Since we do whiskey here (we’re reviewing this beer because of the whiskey connection), a word is ...

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Battle Cry American Malt Whiskey Review

Sons of Liberty Battle Cry American Malt

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Battle Cry is one of the beer-inspired American Malts coming from Rhode Island brewstillery Sons of Liberty. It’s billed as a single malt, but it’s a bit more interesting than that. Technically, a single malt is 100% malted barley and made at a single distillery. Battle Cry doesn’t quite qualify because it used a little ...

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New Wintertime Whiskeys To Look For

Jim Beam Distiller's Cut

By Richard Thomas Winter is usually a fairly sleepy time for new whisk(e)y releases. After all, it’s the autumn that is the time of year bursting at the seams with hot ticket items. Once Christmas rolls around, things quiet down. That may seem a bit counter-intuitive though, since winter weather is pretty much synonymous with winter-warmer, whiskey-drinking weather. Thankfully, “fairly ...

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Franklin County Distilleries White Label Corn Whiskey Review

FCD Corn Whiskey

By Debbie Shocair Rating: B Right from the heart of moonshine country, Franklin County, Virginia, comes a new member of the American Craft Corn Whiskey movement. Franklin County Distillery’s (FCD’s) White Label Corn Whiskey builds on the reputation that authentic bootleggers built, and claims to offer a “true taste of history and heritage in every bottle.” Corn whiskey can be ...

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