Episode 522: February 21, 201520150221235852
Mark GillespieFebruary 21, 2015.36, .36 Single Barrel, @Fitz1776, @How2DrinkWhisky, @WhiskyHaze, 1824 Masters Series, 1870 Original Batch, Al Young, American Craft Spirits Association, asshole, attorney, Austin, Balcones, Baltimore, Baltimore Business Journal, Beam Suntory, beer, Ben Nevis, BenRiach, Best in Show, Bill Samuels Jr., Billy Walker, blood, Bourbon Virus, brewery, brewing, Brown-Forman, CDC, Centers for Disease Control, Chip Tate, Chris Morris, class action, Colin Ross, commentary, Compass Box, competition, Coppersea, court, death, Diageo, disease, Double Barrel, Duncan Taylor, expansion, Federal, Finland, Four Roses, Fred Minnick, Garrison Brothers, Glen Mhor, Glendalough, GlenDronach, Gordon & MacPhail, green malt, Green Malt Rye, Hall of Fame, hand-made, Heavy Seas, Highland Park, hospital, Hudson Valley, illness, infectious, Inverleven, Ireland, Irish, Jim Beam, John Glaser, judging, Kansas, Kazerouni, kiln, Ladyburn, Lahti, lawsuit, lawyer, litigation, Maker's Mark, Marianne Barnes, Mark McDavid, medal, medicine, Michael Urquhart, Millstone, New York, No. 6, Odin, Old Forester, Old Taylor, Pappy, Pappy Van Winkle, Peristyle, Peter Currie, Phil Eagleton, plaintiff, Ranger Creek, Rare Cask, Reflexion, Rimfire, San Antonio, Sazerac, Shane Helmick, single grain, social media, Steve Beal, tanks, Tantalus, Tate & Company, Teeling Whiskey, Teerenpeli, Texas, The Macallan, The Macallan M, The Netherlands, The Whisky Exchange, tick, Twitter, Valhalla Collection, virus, Whiskey Row, Whiskies & Spirits Conference, Whisky Bug, Whisky Magazine, William Grant & Sons, World Whiskies Awards, Zuidam1 comment
For the second straight year, a Texas whiskey has won Best in Show honors at the American Craft Spirits Association competition. San Antonio’s R...
Episode 415: March 10, 201320130310005122
Mark GillespieMarch 10, 2013A. Smith Bowman, ABV, ADI, American Distilling Ins, Amrut, author, Balcones, Bardstown, Beam, beer, book, Bourbon, Bourbon Academy, Bourbon Heritage Center, Buffalo Trace, Canada, Canadian Whisky, Canadian Whisky Awards, Castle Brands, Chichibu, Chip Tate, Chris Morris, Cooley, Corby, David Jacob, Diageo, Domaine Select Wine & Spirits, Economic Times, education, Elijah Craig, Experimental Collection, Explorer's Club, Filson, George T. Stagg, Gold Route, Harlen Wheatley, Heaven Hill, history, Ichiro Akuto, India, Ireland, Japan, Jefferson's, Jefferson's Bourbon, Johnnie Walker, Kilbeggan, Kingfisher, Kroger, lawsuit, legal, Louisville, Maker's Mark, Maryland, merger, mesquite, Michael Collins, Michael Veach, Michter's, Mike Veach, Ohio, Pike Creek, Ranger Creek, Ravens, Rimfire, Robert Mark, Ronnie Eddins, San Antonio, Sidney Frank, Single Oak Project, Sour Mash, Spirit of Toronto, Stagg, Stagg Jr., Tenzing, Texas, The Gold Route, Truman Cox, United Spirits, Versailles, Vijay Mallya, Woodford Reserve0 comments
Buffalo Trace’s Single Oak Project is at the halfway point, with 96 of the 192 single cask bottlings released and the remainder to be parceled o...
Ranger Creek to Release Rimfire Smoked Texas Whiskey20130305103230
Episode 387: September 9, 201220120909180715
Mark GillespieSeptember 9, 2012Aberlour, Ann Miller, Ardbeg, awards, Berry Bros. & Rudd, Cadenhead's, Daryl Haldane, Doug McIvor, Drinkmonger, Eddie McAffer, Edrington, France, Gavin Ryan Thomson, Ger Buckley, Glen Scotia, Gordon & MacPhail, Gordon Dundas, Highland Park, Iain McCallum, Icons, Ireland, Jackie Thomson, La Maison du Whisky, Loch Fyne Whiskies, Mackmyra, Mark Watt, mesquite, Michael Urquhart, Midleton, Morrison Bowmore, Paris, Ranger Creek, Rimfire, Royal Mile Whiskies, Scotch Whisky Experience, Scotland, Speyside, Sweden, Tempest, Texas, Whisky Live, Whisky Magazine0 comments
More from Whisky Live Paris in this special episode…we’ll hear from David Roussier of France’s Distillerie Warenghem, which marks it...