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Some distilleries are growing the very grains that get mashed, fermented, and distilled into whiskey.
Beyond Kentucky, the U.S. is seeing a surge of craft whiskey distilleries. We take a look at some of the hottest locales in the country and explore what makes these locations prime for whiskey production.
They’re 100 proof, boast over 100 years of tradition, and offer some of the greatest bang for your buck bottles on the shelf.
Diageo—the conglomerate behind Johnnie Walker, Crown Royal, and Bulleit—is putting money into micro-distilleries around the world.
There’s a new class of distilleries popping up in the American whiskey scene. They’re too big to be considered craft; yet too small to be considered major. Meet America’s “middle ground” distillers.