The Dettling 1867 Alabama bourbon is proof you should never give up on craft distillers. And sometimes you can taste potential in their new make and younger releases. That’s what happened I first reviewed Dettling in Forbes in 2018 and noted its potential, but I … Continue readingThis Alabama Bourbon Is Fantastic
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, chef and author Derek Wolf brings the fire – the cooking fire, that is. He and Fred dive into Derek’s new book, “Over the Fire Cooking,” sip bourbon and enjoy some lively conversation. Along the way, they hit on topics like pairing whiskey to grilled meats, being a grilling god, cooking on an open fire and types of woods best for attaining “clean smoke.” Grab some grilled meat and a bourbon and join them.
For the first quarter of 2021, Bulleit continues its dominance on the online platform Drizly, which connects to 4,000 liquor stores across the country. It was the top seller on the site last year, which sold for $1.1 billion, and owned the top spot on … Continue readingBulleit Bourbon Continues to Dominate Drizly Sales; Top 20 Drizly Bourbons for Q1
When Heaven Hill created the Old Fitzgerald decanter series a few years ago, I was so excited and hoped it mean the rightful return of Old Fitz in the upper echelon of bourbons. While some releases were really good (11 year in 2018 and 9 … Continue readingSpring Old Fitz 8 Year, Spring 2021, Is Great
On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, Whitechapel bass player Gabe Crisp joins the show. Named for the Whitechapel district of London, where Jack the Ripper famously went on his killing spree, the Knoxville, Tennessee, metal band has released seven studio albums to much … Continue readingWhitechapel Bass Player Confesses Bourbon Love