In my new book, Bourbon: The Rise, Fall & Rebirth of An American Whiskey, I pay tribute to the men and women who built bourbon and brought it back from near extinction. These are the most important groups for bourbon’s rebirth. Next week, I detail the … Continue readingWho Brought Bourbon Back?
Who says the little guy can’t export whiskey overseas? Purcellville, Va.-based microdistiller Catoctin Creek announced distribution into the Australian and New Zealand markets via Challenger Beverages. The countries will import: Roundstone Rye, 80 proof (40% ABV); Roundstone Rye, 92 proof (46% ABV); Roundstone Rye, CASK … Continue readingAustralia to Import Catoctin Creek Ryes
With “bourbon” becoming a strong buzzword, foreign distilleries are using the term in verbal and written marketing. And at least one distiller appears to be labeling its whiskey as bourbon. The 1964 Congressional Resolution made bourbon “a distinctive product of the United States,” giving the … Continue readingAustralian Distiller Labels Whiskey ‘Bourbon’; Others Use Term in Marketing