Plus, Jameson Caskmates teams up with Revolution and Bale Breaker Brewing, Widow Jane launches a 14 year old bourbon, and whiskies from Illinois, Indiana, North Carolina, Islay, Wales, and Ireland are hitting shelves.
The third chapter of Little Book, Westland’s newest Garryana, straight bourbon, Irish whiskey, a very old Brora, and even older blended scotch are also rolling out.
The Louisville distiller pays tribute to influential figures, like Muhammad Ali, in its redesigned bourbons and ryes.
Buffalo Trace has unveiled a single-barrel Elmer T. Lee, Writers’ Tears is rolling out its cask-strength Irish whiskey, and two limited-edition scotches are hitting shelves.
Plus, we have more details about The Walking Dead bourbon, several new craft whiskeys are hitting shelves, and Oban is releasing a distillery-only scotch.
Focusing on innovation and experimentation, the Fred B. Noe Craft Distillery will be the home for small-batch Jim Beam brands like Booker’s and Baker’s.
State officials passed new regulations defining standards for the designation, including an unusual barrel requirement.
Plus, there’s a new recipe for The Peat Monster, while Buffalo Trace’s latest experimental bourbon, a very old Talisker, and a bottled in bond wheat whiskey are hitting shelves.