Country Star Clay Walker Falls In Love With Seelbach’s Bourbon

Country music star Clay Walker kicks back in his wine cellar and pours himself Michter’s 10 Year, 291 Colorado Rye Whiskey and Seelbach’s Bourbon. Fred and Clay talk about the impact of music on Fred’s life, including a Clay Walker show he saw in his … Continue readingCountry Star Clay Walker Falls In Love With Seelbach’s Bourbon

Orphan Barrel Distilling Releases Muckety-Muck 25-Year-Old Single Grain Scotch

The Orphan Barrel Whisky Distilling Co. released Muckety-Muck 25 Year Old, a limited edition, Single Grain Scotch Whisky from the now-ghost Port Dundas distillery. It is the latest addition in the Orphan Barrel collection of rare, hand-bottled whiskies and the first Single Grain Scotch Whisky … Continue readingOrphan Barrel Distilling Releases Muckety-Muck 25-Year-Old Single Grain Scotch

Wilderness Trail to Release Limited Four-Grain Bourbon to Raise Funds for Cancer Charity

Wilderness Trail Distillery will roll out a new four-grain, 6 year old bourbon that will help raise money for families impacted by cancer. The 110 proof bourbon will be sold during the Dec. 10-11 open house event at the distillery. Wilderness Trail’s mashbills typically use … Continue readingWilderness Trail to Release Limited Four-Grain Bourbon to Raise Funds for Cancer Charity

TWiB: No Arrests Ever From Counterfeit Bourbon, Four New Distilleries on the KY Bourbon Craft Trail, and Barrell releases Gold Label Bourbon

It’s This Week in Bourbon for Decmber 3rd 2021. Here’s the headlines for this week: Over the last 10 years, as it relates to counterfeit alcohol, a WHAS11 story found no arrests have ever been made. Four new distilleries have been added to the Kentucky … Continue readingTWiB: No Arrests Ever From Counterfeit Bourbon, Four New Distilleries on the KY Bourbon Craft Trail, and Barrell releases Gold Label Bourbon

334 – When Mechanical and Distillery Engineering Meet with Shrout Tate Wilson Consulting Engineers

 When we typically talk about building a distillery, we usually think of things like stills, mash tanks, and where to store all the grain. But building a distillery is no different than building a house. To make all that stuff work, you need electricity, … Continue reading334 – When Mechanical and Distillery Engineering Meet with Shrout Tate Wilson Consulting Engineers

That Glass Shortage You’ve Heard About is Real – Just Ask Wyoming Whiskey

That glass shortage you’ve heard about? It’s real. Wyoming Whiskey serves as an example of the challenges for spirits makers. A shipment from their supplier that was scheduled for early June was pushed back to Oct. 11. But the distillery’s COO and co-founder, David DeFazio, … Continue readingThat Glass Shortage You’ve Heard About is Real – Just Ask Wyoming Whiskey