whiskey

Guinness Now Serving Bourbon Barrel Aged Stout

Brewed in Dublin. Aged in Baltimore. That’s the transatlantic teamwork Guinness revealed recently to promote its Stout Aged in Bulleit Bourbon Barrels. The brewer’s latest experimental beer to come out of its new American home features its Dublin-brewed Antwerpen Stout aged for eight months in Bulleit Bourbon barrels at the Open Gate Brewery & Barrel House in Baltimore.
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Have It Your Way – Bluegrass Barrels Custom Spirits Barrel

Steve Szceblowski (Dr. Mix) – Folks, ever had the dream of running your own distillery, but lack the familial pedigree, personal fortunes, and vast land holdings? Have a science fair project idea to research how spirits age and change over time in an oak barrel? Are you harboring an incontrollable urge to wear a white suit and talk like a Kentucky Colonel? Or perhaps just have the need
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Rye Whisky, Rye Whisky – More Than A Song

By Steve Szceblowski (Dr. Mix) – “Rye whisky, rye whisky, You’re no friend to me; You killed my poor daddy, Goddamn you, try me. (Traditional Folk Song)” Just a few short years ago, you’d be lucky to find a dusty bottle of Rye whiskey at your neighborhood liquor store, or like myself you may have confused Rye with the fruit-floating concoction Rock n’ Rye (maybe the
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Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey

 By EZ Angler Staff – Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey is of the bourbon style of whiskey. Golden in color and rich in taste, Rebel Yell Bourbon is made according to the original W L Weller wheated bourbon rec ipe in one of Kentucky’s oldest distilleries. For a mid level whiskey this is a very smooth Bourbon Whiskey with no alcohol burn with a medium to almost thin
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The King of Cocktails – It’s Hard To go Wrong With A Manhattan

By Steve Szczeblowski – Gentlemen, I’m here to sing the praises of my favorite drink, my go-to, my default, aka ‘The King of Cocktails’, The Manhattan. Easy to make, packs a wallop, and projects the perfect balance of suave sophistication and workman-like simplicity. And yes, it’s what your grandparents drank (so what?) Mysteriously appearing in late 19th century New York, the
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