Tag Archives: Single Barrel

Wyoming Whiskey Releases Single Barrel 2017

Wyoming Whiskey Single Barrel Bourbon is available once again in six U.S. markets. This highly anticipated release of Single Barrel is the first since the initial release of just two pallets worth of bourbon sold out before the bottles could hit shelves in November of 2015. Twelve barrels representing the top 1% of bourbon produced in Wyoming Whiskey’s three rick ...

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Widow Jane 10 Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Widow Jane 10 Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon

By Randall Borkus Rating: B+ Widow Jane Distillery is a distiller and bottler out of Red Hook, Brooklyn, and owned by Cacao Prieto, the maker of “beans-to-bar” fresh chocolates. In turn, Cacao Prieto was founded by Daniel Prieto Preston, an inventor and aerospace engineer whose family heritage goes back 100 years of farming organic cacao in the Dominican Republic.  Their  expressions ...

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Cody Road Four Year Old Single Barrel Bourbon Review

Cody Road 4 Year Old Single Barrel

By Richard Thomas Rating: B When an outfit like Iowa’s Mississippi River Distilling Co. (MRDC) announces they are releasing a whiskey that approaches big industry standards for aging, it automatically sparks more than just my interest. MRDC is not just one of the major craft distilleries in Iowa, but also in the Mid-Western region, one of the “Four Kings” of ...

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Tennessee’s H. Clark Distillery Releases First Bourbon

By Richard Thomas Prohibition came early to Tennessee, with the statehouse there enacting a temperance measure in 1909, ten years before the U.S. 18th Amendment took prohibition nationwide. So, when H. Clark Distillery in Thompson’s Station dumped their first barrel of bourbon and bottled it, they released the first new whiskey seen in Williamson County in 106 years. The occasion ...

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