Tag Archives: Wheat Whiskey

Want To Try Whiskey Blending? Timber Creek Can Help You There

Timber Creek Blending Kit

By Elizabeth Emmons Micro-barrels that allow for small experiments in home whiskey aging have been around for a while now, but, for the most part, those who wanted to try their hands at home blending could only improvise and do it themselves. Thanks to a micro-distillery in Florida, however, that is no longer the case. Timber Creek Distillery, the producers ...

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Breuckelen Distilling 77 Wheat Whiskey Review

Breuckelen 77 Wheat Whiskey

By Richard Thomas Rating: B- Just because you have an urban distillery doesn’t mean you can’t have a locovore’s, DIYer’s attitude towards running a micro-distillery. Breuckelen Distilling, located (no points for guessing) in Brookyn, New York is an example. They use New York State-grown grains, mill the grain themselves, and distill and age in-house. In case you were wondering, “Breuckelen” ...

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What Happened To Wheat Whiskey Anyway?

Parker Heritage Wheat Whiskey 2014

In The Midst Of The Bourbon Boom And The Rye Revival, All Eyes Are On American Malts As “The Next Big Thing.” What Happened To Wheat Whiskey? By Richard Thomas When Heaven Hill introduced Bernheim Original Wheat Whiskey in 2005, I first took note of it during a visit to My Old Kentucky Home, and the novelty immediately caught my ...

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Wilderness Trace Opens New And Bigger Danville, Kentucky Facility

By Richard Thomas Kentucky micro-distillery Wilderness Trace has opened their new distillery in Danville, Kentucky and begun producing whiskey there. With their larger facility, Wilderness Trace is now able to increase their output twelve times over and is better able to give visitors a proper Bluegrass bourbon experience. The new distillery is located on a 21 acre property, with the ...

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Kentucky Craft Distilling Comes Into Its Own

Moonshine straight from the still

Kentucky’s Small Distillers Emerge Onto Center Stage By Richard Thomas Even during bourbon’s nadir in the ’70s and ’80s, the Commonwealth of Kentucky remained one of the world’s most important whiskey regions, as it was the seat of so many of the world’s biggest distilleries. As whiskey rebounded and the craft distilling movement took America by storm, it was small ...

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