Introducing The Pope to Pappy (Episode 691: April 22, 2018)20180421215431
Mark GillespieApril 21, 2018A. Smith Bowman, Aberlour, acquisition, Alan Hansen, Alan Winchester, ANBL, Anheuser-Busch InBev, Ann Miller, app, Ardbeg, Atom Brands, Atom Group, Balcones, Baltimore, Beam Suntory, beer, Bernheim, Bob Baxter, Bottled in Bond, Bourbon, British Columbia, Buffalo Trace, Bunnahabhain, Cairdeas, Canada, Canadian, Catholic, chemistry, chill filtering, church, Col. E.H. Taylor, Dad's Hat, Dan Cohen, Daniel Brown, David Robertson, Diageo, Dominic Venegas, donation, Drew Quesada, e-commerce, Edinburgh, Edrington, education, Engine Shed Building, events, Feis Ile, flocculation, Four Grain, Glen Moray, Grooves, Herman Mihalich, Holyrood Distillery, hops, Ian Macleod Distillers, Islay Festival of Malt & Music, Jack Mayo, Jim Beam, Jim Sichko, Jud Laughter, Julian Van Winkle, Justin Petszaft, Kelly Carpenter, Kentucky, Knoxville, Laphroaig, lawyers, legal, licenses, Louisville, Master of Malt, Maverick Drinks, Missionaries of Mercy, Moine, Molson, museum, New Brunswick, Old Overholt, Orphan Barrel, Pappy Van Winkle, Pennsylvania, PLCB, Pope, Pope Benedict, Pope Francis. Father, Preston Van Winkle, priest, provincial, Quebec, Rhetoric, Rob Carpenter, rum, Rum Cask, Rye, Sagamore Spirit, SAQ, Sazerac, Scotch Malt Whisky Society, Scotch Whisky, Scotland, Scottish Enterprise, Scottish Investment Bank, Shazam, Sisters of Loretto, Smokehead, Spey, Speyside, Speyside Distillery, Spirit of Speyside Festival, Stitzel-Weller, Supreme Court, technology, Tennessee, Texas, The Famous Grouse, The Glenlivet, The Glenlivet Code, The Globe & Mail, tourism, trade, Truman Cox, Two Brewers, Vatican, venture capital, Virginia, Waco, West Overton Village & Museum, whiskey, whisky, Whisky Bible, Whitehorse, Yukon, Yukon Spirits, ZX Ventures0 comments
The Bible says “The Lord works in mysterious ways.” As proof, we have the story this week of Father Jim Sichko, a Kentucky-based Catholic ...
One on One: Tasting Corby’s Northern Border Collection Rare Release Whiskies with Dr. Don Livermore20171114192631
Mark GillespieNovember 14, 2017Canada, Canadian Whisky, church, Don Livermore, Gooderham & Worts, Hiram Walker Distillery, Little Trinity, Lot #40, Lot No. 40, Northern Border Collection, Ontario, Pike Creek, Scotland, Speyside, Toronto, whiskey, whisky, Windsor, Wiser's0 comments
Corby’s release of the four whiskies in the Northern Border Collection Rare Release series should be enough to convince even the most diehard sk...
Reviving Whiskey Distilling in Dublin’s Liberties20171109140407
Mark GillespieNovember 9, 2017Arthur Guinness, Brabazon, cemetery, church, construction, Cooley, Deirdre Lyons, Diageo, distillery, distilling, Dublin, Dublin Liberties Distillery, Gearoid Cahill, George Roe, Guinness, history, Ireland, Irish Whiskey, Jack Teeling, Jameson, John Jameson, John Teeling, John's Lane, Kevin Hurley, Liberties, Marrowbone Lane, National College of Art & Design, patron saint, Paul Corbett, Pearse Lyons, Pearse Lyons Distillery, Pearse Lyons Reserve, Power, Powers, relatives, restoration, Roe & Co., saint, St. James's Church, St. James's Gate, stained glass, Stephen Teeling, Teeling Whiskey Company, Walter Teeling, whiskey, whisky, William Jameson0 comments
Dublin’s Liberties neighborhood was once the center of the whiskey universe at a time when Irish Whiskey ruled the world more than 100 years ago...
Bowmore Deals With The Devil On New Whisky20130910173012