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When John Lunn left Diageo’s George Dickel Distillery for the relatively unknown Tennessee brand Popcorn Sutton in March, the entire whiskey world was surprised. I personally thought Lunn was this country’s most-underrated distiller, and Diageo was grooming him for something bigger. Lunn managed facilities in … Continue readingThe Rise of Popcorn Sutton
Louisville added a new distillery to its growing list, and this one is planning bottled-in-bond bourbons and ryes. The Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company enjoyed its grand opening June 3 with friends, family and media in attendance. Family owned by descendants of 1800s-era distiller Henry Kraver, … Continue readingBottled-in-Bond Dreams at Peerless Distillery
The U.S. Tax and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau approved the label “Pink Panty Dropper Watermelon Moonshine.” You can see the government signature approving this product here and here. Is this sexist? According to the Copperhead Mountain Distillery founder John Connelly, Pink Panty Dropper … Continue readingTTB Approves ‘Pink Panty Dropper Watermelon Moonshine’