American craft distillers are turning to traditional strains of the grain to create more flavorful whiskeys.
Rye roots run deep in Canada, influencing not only the country’s whisky traditions, but American tastes as well.
Vodka, gin, and other spirits made from rye won’t taste like whiskey, but they do show off a different side of the grain.
Plus, a Scottish farm distillery sends its rare single malt to the U.S. for the first time, and new craft whiskies hit the shelf.
Beyond the U.S. and Canada, distillers in Scotland, India, the Netherlands and elsewhere are making innovative whiskies with rye.
Plus, Balvenie closes out the DCS Compendium with a final chapter, Old Charter Oak debuts a Canadian-oak bourbon, and F.E.W. Spirits unveils an unusual whiskey-based spirit.
Plus, there are single cask scotches from Aberfeldy and Craigellachie, Nick Offerman’s Lagavulin, the return of Jack Daniel’s Heritage Barrel, the first house-made whiskey from Teeling, and many more bottles ready to be enjoyed.
Plus, Balvenie is launching the newest Tun 1509, Wyoming Whiskey’s Outryder is 7 years old, and there’s a spooky maple-flavored whiskey coming out just in time for Halloween.