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In the information, Diageo's shaking up the chief suite, the Kentucky Bourbon Trail will get a new cease on Louisville's Whiskey Row, and we'll hear about new whiskies from Mackmyra, Jura, Corby, and Masterson's. There was once a time when Ireland's single pot nonetheless whiskies were among the world's most popular drams, but a mix of fixing tastes, politics, and different factors practically destroyed the Irish Whiskey trade a long time ago. Now, whisky lovers are rediscovering the heavier, oilier taste of single pot nonetheless Irish whiskies, and one Irish historian has researched the origins and development of those whiskies. We'll speak with Fionnán O'Connor on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth, along with a look at considered one of Ireland's newest distilleries, the William Grant & Sons-owned Tullamore Distillery.
Whiskycast Episode 260: May 27, 2010
He'll take us on a tour of the distillery on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. Five of the nine folks indicted final month in connection with the Kentucky Bourbon thefts appeared in court docket this week, and a tenth person has been indicted on charges she appeared the opposite way as whiskey was being stolen from Buffalo Trace. We'll also have a roundup of the week's new whiskies, together with a number of Feis Ile competition bottlings. Jim Boyko's profession took him from the old Seagram's distillery in Waterloo, Ontario to the Canadian prairie in Gimli, Manitoba, and ultimately around the globe for Diageo. In the information, Decanter #1 of the Glenlivet 70 raises $24,000 for Japanese earthquake reduction, new bourbons, and a brand new document for Scotch whisky exports. Pulteney Distillery celebrates its 195th anniversary this 12 months in the North Sea fishing city of Wick, Scotland. It's the home of Old Pulteney single malt whisky, and distillery supervisor Malcolm Waring takes us on a tour in this week's episode. In the information, new whiskies from Islay, Colorado, and the Lowlands of Scotland, an old whisky returns home to Islay, and the winners of the first WhiskyCast Father's Day competitors. Midleton Distillery's Master Distiller was named this yr's Lifetime Achievement Award winner by The Whisky Advocate, and just a couple of days later, announced his plans to retire subsequent month after forty seven years at Midleton. The Explorers Club won the first spherical in its battle with Diageo over a Johnnie Walker journey retail collection, and we'll have tasting notes for a new whisky with a dark origin. The Iowa-based firm introduced two weeks ago that it'll change its labeling to disclose that its whisky is distilled in Indiana, whereas noting that it has been up front about that fact for years in all places but on the label. Templeton's Scott Bush and Keith Kerkhoff will inform us their side of the story on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, Scotch Whisky producers are nervous concerning the upcoming independence referendum, Kentucky's Bourbon Hall of Fame will induct one of the business's pioneering girls, and there are plenty of new whiskies to speak about. In some circumstances, though, the paperwork exist that may assist fill within the gaps in these legends. In the news, public well being activists are concerned in regards to the potential influence of the federal tax minimize on U.S. distillers that takes impact this week. Dingle was Ireland's first new distillery in 25 years because the opening of Cooley Distillery in 1987, however Hughes barely got to see the first early bottlings of Dingle Whiskey before his dying in 2016. Today, his family and colleagues have taken Oliver Hughes's dream and are constructing on it, with the primary exports of Dingle's single malt whisky to the United States coming later this year. We'll go to the distillery and discuss with some of the people carrying on that mission on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, there's a truce within the commerce struggle between the U.S. and two key buying and selling partners that ought to imply the tip of punitive tariffs on American Whiskey exports. We'll have the small print, together with the rest of the week's whisky information and much more. The debate over age statements on whiskies exhibits no sign of going away, however how does a brand resolve to remove the age statement from its whiskey? Earlier this month, Heaven Hill introduced that it would take away the 12-year-old age assertion from its Elijah Craig Small Batch Bourbon and begin making the whiskey with casks eight to 12 years old. The other night, one of many whiskey bars in Louisville held a "Jim Rutledge Tribute Night" to honor the retired Four Roses master distiller. Less than 24 hours later, Jim announced his plans to come back out of retirement and start a $2 million crowdfunding campaign to build a new distillery close to Louisville. Diageo's Maureen Robinson is likely one of the business's pioneering women, and is celebrating her 40th anniversary within the whisky business this month. She's the primary lady to carry the title of Master Blender in Scotland, and joins us for this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. We'll discuss not only in regards to the changes she's seen during the last four decades, however the subtle art and science that goes into mixing whiskies, too. In the information, the struggle for control of Australia's Nant Distillery is getting uglier as Nant's founders and its would-be buyer fire costs of mismanagement and more at one another. We'll even have details on the week's new whiskies and tasting notes for whiskies from Balblair, Woodford Reserve, and Ardbeg. In the news, American whiskey exports to Canada and Mexico are tariff-free as soon as again, and we'll discuss with The Balvenie's David Stewart about the distillery's new Stories range of single malts. The whisky world lost one of many legends this week with the passing of Buffalo Trace Master Distiller Emeritus Elmer T. Lee. Not only was he responsible for making Single Barrel Bourbons in style empire glassworks pickle rick bowl when he came up with the idea for Blanton's, however two years later, he had a Single Barrel Bourbon named after him following his retirement in 1985. Elmer saved deciding on the barrels for his bourbon proper up till shortly earlier than his dying, and his whiskey is nearly as good as the man himself. We'll talk with Jim about his new project on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. Eddie Russell has been working in the shadow of his father, Wild Turkey's legendary master distiller Jimmy Russell, for the final 35 years. Now, Eddie's taking up extra of the accountability for creating new Wild Turkey and Russell's Reserve whiskies, simply as his own son enters the family enterprise. We'll discuss with Eddie Russell and discover out more about his latest project - the upcoming Master's Keep Decades Bourbon - on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. Whisky Magazine has introduced the North American winners in the 2016 World Whisky Awards, and there is a shock winner in the battle for "World's Best Bourbon" honors. We'll even have extra of your response to the Compass Box transparency campaign, along with tasting notes for two unique craft whiskies from Washington and Colorado. One of the enjoyable things about WhiskyCast has been the opportunity to observe desires come true, and that's the case with this week's episode. Back in 2006, we first met Barry Stein and Barry Bernstein as they had been just getting started as Canada's first impartial Scotch whisky bottlers and dreamed of creating their own whisky. Fred Minnick's second whisky book, "Bourbon Curious" not only shares some of the historical past behind many Bourbon manufacturers, but breaks down many of them by taste characteristics to help new Bourbon fans discover the whiskies they're most likely to take pleasure in. Fred's based mostly in Louisville, and keeps an in depth eye on the Bourbon trade. On this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth, we sat down over drams to debate his guide and the state of Bourbon at present, including the rising curiosity among distillers in utilizing know-how to do what solely time has been proven to do successfully, create a mature whisky. Earlier this year, Japan's Nikka Whisky introduced plans to exchange lots of its age-statement single malts with new no-age-statement variations. in 2009, they opened Still Waters Distillery in a Toronto suburb, and on April 27, the primary cask of their Stalk & Barrel single malt whisky went on sale. This weekend, they have been pouring it at the Spirit of Toronto pageant, and we'll catch up with the blokes on WhiskyCast In-Depth.
May 28, 2010
Tickets have gone on sale for this September's Kentucky Bourbon Festival, and while a lot of the changes this 12 months are taking place behind the scenes, next year's 25th version of the competition ought to look very completely different. We'll talk with the Bourbon Festival's new govt director, Jill Hawkins, on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. The "Bourbon Boom" has led to a corresponding increase within the publishing industry, with nearly as many new Bourbon books as there are Bourbons in the marketplace. In the information, Dr. Martin Tangney of Edinburgh Napier University explains his new technique for turning distillery waste right into a usable biofuel, together with details on new whiskies and auction outcomes for old ones. This week's episode options some of the mysterious single malt whiskies on the planet. Taiwan's Kavalan whisky has acquired awards in worldwide competitions, even though the King Car Distillery has solely been distilling whisky for six years and Kavalan is sold in solely 4 Asian international locations. We'll travel to Taiwan for an in-depth take a look at what makes this whisky unique. He visited the small business incubator that's home to Tom Lix's Cleveland Whiskey, along with practically two dozen other small producers. Lix's proprietary -- and controversial -- course of takes younger whiskey and provides it what Lix claims is the colour, aroma, and taste of older Bourbons. He'll tell us in regards to the President's go to and focus on his process on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. Gordon & MacPhail reopened Benromach Distillery in Speyside in 1998 after 15 years of inactivity, and Keith Cruickshank has been there since the stills were fired up. After two years as a stillman, he was promoted to distillery manager, and remains one of the three men who tend the stills at Benromach. In the news, a $12,000 Macallan, the blokes who work at Glengoyne select three single-cask bottlings, a brand new Highland Park hits obligation-free, and should you've ever dreamed of working in the whisky enterprise, The Balvenie is in search of two critical whisky lovers. Ever have a type of conversations that looks like just some minutes, until you take a look at the clock and understand it is gone on for a long time? That sums up my chat this week with Robin Blackadder, the "nom du whisky" for Blackadder bottler Robin Toucek. We discussed every little thing from how he picks single casks to whisky festivals, politics, and small animals, and you'll hear our chat on this week's episode. Whisky has been a part of politics because the monks had been working their stills in medieval times, serving to opposing sides bridge their variations over a shared dram. It's additionally been a political football, too - from the Prohibition Era to the commerce disputes making headlines today. Chris Swonger has been in the course of a political hurricane within the 10 months since he became CEO and president of the Distilled Spirits Council of the United States. He's dealing with commerce conflicts, the potential impression from Brexit, and even disagreements over pending deregulatory action in Washington.
Whiskycast Episode 151: June 29, 2008
Once he got to Gimli, although, he and his household made the tiny city on the shore of Lake Winnipeg their residence. Now retired, he exhibits up on the home of Crown Royal to lead the occasional tour for distillery friends. He'll share his stories with us on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth, together with the saddest day of his profession when he was one of 210 Seagram's employees suddenly put out of labor when the Waterloo distillery closed in 1992. In the news, there's speak yet again of reviving whisky production at the old Dallas Dhu Distillery in Scotland, whereas one other spirits company is investing in Irish Whiskey. Sazerac has bought the Tennessee distillery constructed to make Popcorn Sutton moonshine, and will start a long-term project to enter the Tennessee Whiskey business. In the news, yet one more distillery has been sold, with Australia's Tasmania Distillery altering hands - and name. It'll share the name of its award-winning Sullivan's Cove single malt whisky, and distillery supervisor Patrick Maguire will clarify the reasons behind the sale and why he's staying on underneath the brand new possession. Whisky was historically considered a "man's drink" - but right now, not only are extra girls ingesting whisky, but girls make up round 40% of the Scotch Whisky business's work drive. In the information, Brown-Forman has began development of its new distillery at Ireland's Slane Castle, and the recognition of flavored whiskies might lead to a sale of its Southern Comfort whiskey liqueur. Heaven Hill's warehouses have yielded a treasure from the old Stitzel-Weller Distillery, and we now know what The Glenlivet's Alan Winchester had in thoughts when he hinted earlier this 12 months that he'd been experimenting with peat. That units the stage for what might probably turn into a full-fledged commerce war with whisky as a weapon, and whisky makers are apprehensive that the U.S. will reply with tariffs in opposition to their whiskies. We'll talk with William Lavelle of the Irish Whiskey Association, who's urging European Union leaders to carefully consider the economic impact of their plans. We'll additionally clarify simply how tariffs on whisky imports work in our Behind the Label phase, and share a few of your reactions on Your Voice. In the news, the ringleader of the "Pappygate" distillery thefts in Kentucky has been sentenced to 15 years in jail, however there's nonetheless no verdict but on the destiny of the stolen whiskey. While some entrepreneurs try to cash in on the Bourbon increase by starting new whiskey brands, others wish to history for heritage brands that built a historical past however light away over time. This week's tasting notes include the Four Roses 2014 Limited Edition Small Batch, Maker's Mark Cask Strength, and the Parker's Heritage Collection 2014 "Original Batch" Wheat Whiskey. For the second straight 12 months, a Texas whiskey has gained Best in Show honors at the American Craft Spirits Association competition. San Antonio's Ranger Creek Brewing & Distilling .36 Single Barrel Straight Bourbon beat a subject of whiskies and other spirits from around the US. Ranger Creek co-founder Mark McDavid joins us this week on WhiskyCast In-Depth to share the story behind that whiskey and the distillery. Just as whisky brands need to alter things up every now and then to stay fresh, so do whisky festivals. He'll talk about each initiatives with us on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the news, Scotch Whisky narrowly avoids Russian economic sanctions within the dispute over Ukraine, while a Kentucky Bourbon gets the boot from Moscow.
Jun 29, 2008
We'll talk with Republic Restoratives co-founder Rachel Gardner and produce you the dialogue on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the news, the tentative Brexit deal between Great Britain and the European Union is being welcomed by Ireland's distillers and brewers on either side of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. Brown-Forman's inventory price jumped after a constructive quarterly earnings report, and Pernod Ricard plans to start out exporting whiskies made by its unit in India. We'll additionally look at a brand new English single malt whisky and compare two rye whiskies with port wine influences in this week's tasting notes. Much of whisky's early historical past is documented only in tales, with few written information which have survived the centuries.
- Whisky Magazine has introduced the North American winners within the 2016 World Whisky Awards, and there is a shock winner within the battle for "World's Best Bourbon" honors.
- We'll speak with Allisa on WhiskyCast In-Depth concerning the transition and the challenges of being a whiskey maker within the coronary heart of the Bible Belt, particularly since the Dickel distillery is situated in a dry county.
- While most individuals considered her as being in charge of the distillery's customer middle, she had quietly been Lunn's understudy for a decade and stepped proper into the role she had been coaching for - on the distillery just some miles from where she grew up.
- There's been plenty of consideration paid recently to girls working in the whisky business, but when Allisa Henley was promoted to Head Distiller at Tennessee's George Dickel Distillery last March, she simply took over for John Lunn without even a lot as a news launch.
- We'll also have extra of your reaction to the Compass Box transparency marketing campaign, together with tasting notes for 2 distinctive craft whiskies from Washington and Colorado.
In the news, it could soon be legal for the primary time to have a Kentucky distillery ship whiskies house for guests. We'll have a look at the impact of the just-handed House Bill four hundred on distillers, vacationers, and retailers. The brewing trade struggle between the United States and China has now expanded to incorporate American-made whiskies, and certainly one of Sweden's largest distilleries is altering its name. Canada and the European Union are planning retaliatory tariffs on imports of Bourbon and other American whiskies after this week's transfer by the Trump Administration to impose tariffs on their steel and aluminum exports to the United States. Pam Heilmann's been making Bourbon for her complete career, but it was solely within the last three years that she had the title of Master Distiller after she succeeded Willie Pratt at Michter's Distillery in the Louisville suburb of Shively. Now, she's heading into retirement this week, but could have the title of "Master Distiller Emerita" at Michter's whereas her hand-picked successor, Dan McKee, takes over the day to day responsibility. The company's past projections of estimated demand could not have forecast the current boom in Japanese whisky sales, and Nikka didn't lay down sufficient whisky to satisfy today's demand. We'll talk about the state of affairs with Nikka's chief blender, Tadashi Sakuma, on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth.
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We'll catch up with Barry on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, Maker's Mark makes the first main change in its whisky in 5 many years to fulfill demand, the Distilled Spirits Council releases 2012 economic knowledge on whisky gross sales, and there are new whiskies starting from a case full of Bourbons to single casks. Kilchoman became Islay's newest distillery in 2005, about the same time Jean Donnay started making whisky at Glann ar Mor on France's Brittany Coast. Fast forward 10 years to 2015, when Donnay is scheduled to open his new distillery on Islay's Gartbreck Farm and declare the title of Islay's youngest distillery. Gartbreck received planning permission this week, and building is anticipated to start this May. They underestimated the Montanas, who not only plan to rebuild their distillery, however their neighborhood as properly - and have already raised greater than $560,000 with a GoFundMe marketing campaign to help different minority-owned businesses restore their harm and rebuild. We'll speak with Chris and Shanelle on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, Sazerac is increasing its portfolio with the acquisition of Canadian Mist and Collingwood Canadian whiskies, the Canadian Mist Distillery in Ontario, and Early Times from Brown-Forman.
Whiskycast Episode 163: September 20, 2008
As coronavirus fever begins to fade, tariff talk is back in Brussels and Washington, whereas Beam Suntory is reviving part of the Beam household's legacy as the company celebrates 225 years of making whiskey. John Hall of Canada's Kittling Ridge Distillery makes his whiskies the onerous means, distilling and maturing his grains individually, then blending them years later to make Forty Creek Canadian Whiskey. He's received quite a few awards for his whiskies over the past several years, and we'll hear his story on this week's episode. We'll talk about all of these points and more with Chris Swonger on WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, Kentucky firefighters kept a brush hearth from turning into a catastrophe Friday after it got here inside a hundred yards of warehouses full of Heaven Hill and Maker's Mark bourbons. An Irish whiskey maker desires to make filmmaker Martin Scorsese a proposal he shouldn't refuse, and we'll have particulars on the week's new whiskies. It would have been simple for Chris and Shanelle Montana to shut Du Nord Craft Spirits after arsonists set fire to the distillery's warehouse throughout riots in the wake of George Floyd's death by the hands of Minneapolis Police 4 weeks in the past. It would have been even simpler after more arsonists set hearth to their apartment building the subsequent evening. In the information, Utah's High West Distillery could fetch $100 million at public sale, Angel's Envy has fired up the still at its new distillery in Louisville, and the Red Tape Follies return with an Irish tale that has a happy ending. We're at a singular point in whisky historical past when it is commonplace to see individuals celebrating forty, forty five, and even 50 years of working in whisky and still have a lot left to contribute. For Duncan Taylor chairman Euan Shand, this week was the best time to announce his retirement from the Scotch Whisky maker's day-to-day operations - although he'll still be involved in deciding on casks for bottling. In the information, Scotch Whisky Association lawyers have gained a battle in India, while Indian banks and opposition politicians are attempting to maintain Vijay Mallya from collecting his $seventy five million exit bundle from United Spirits. We'll additionally take a look at the week's new whiskies and a brand new place for vacationers to be taught more about Irish Whiskey in Killarney. This week's episode is for certain to arouse the ire of whisky purists. We're taking a look at Glyph, a "molecular whiskey" that's engineered in a lab as an alternative of a distillery. Heaven Hill is about to wrap up yet another growth of its Bernheim Distillery in Louisville, and has additionally unveiled this 12 months's special Parker's Heritage Collection whiskey. We'll also find out about next month's Bourbon Women "Sip-osium" in Louisville and put four Texas whiskies to the take a look at on this week's tasting notes. This week, the New York Times marked the anniversary of the top of Prohibition with a special occasion at one of America's few girls-owned distilleries, Republic Restoratives in Washington, DC. "Women in Whiskey, Sisters in Suds" featured a discussion of the role women play in distilling and brewing - both today and in history. Most distillery startups nowadays come from entrepreneurs looking for a new problem in life, and Ken Lewis isn't any completely different. His New Riff Distillery in Newport, Kentucky is actually a "new riff" after 38 years of operating The Party Source, one of many largest liquor shops in the Cincinnati space. New Riff is scheduled to distill its first spirit this week, and Ken joins us to discuss his causes for switching from promoting whisky to creating it on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. US President Barack Obama visited a whisky maker for the first time this week during his journey to Cleveland for a speech to the City Club of Cleveland. That's the strategy Manti Antilla of Grain and Barrel Spirits took, and it led him to Chicken Cock, a model with a singular name and a century's value of history to construct on. He's now working with Kentucky's Bardstown Bourbon Company to lay down shares for future Chicken Cock whiskies, while releasing 4 bottlings during the last 12 months utilizing whiskies sourced from another distillery. We'll speak with him in regards to the work concerned in reviving a heritage brand on WhiskyCast In-Depth and taste the Chicken Cock 10-Year-Old Double Barrel Bourbon. In the news, Diageo plans to speculate $130 million to construct another new distillery in Kentucky, while American Single Malt supporters are dissatisfied that their proposal for an official standard did not make it into proposed modifications in federal rules. We'll additionally speak with Fred Noe about the new thirtieth Anniversary edition of Booker's Bourbon and the arrival of a brand new "Baby Booker" just in time for the vacations. There's been a lot of consideration paid recently to girls working within the whisky trade, however when Allisa Henley was promoted to Head Distiller at Tennessee's George Dickel Distillery last March, she just took over for John Lunn without even so much as a news release. While most individuals thought of her as being in command of the distillery's visitor middle, she had quietly been Lunn's understudy for a decade and stepped proper into the function she had been coaching for - on the distillery just a few miles from where she grew up. We'll discuss with Allisa on WhiskyCast In-Depth about the transition and the challenges of being a whiskey maker in the coronary heart of the Bible Belt, particularly because the Dickel distillery is positioned in a dry county. In the information, a brand new report projects American whiskey could outsell single malt Scotch worldwide as quickly as 2020, with a lot of that demand for Bourbon and Tennessee whiskies.
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Technically, it falls under the legal category of a "spirit whisky," nevertheless it's already being sold in California and New York alongside traditionally distilled whiskies. Is it a glimpse into the way forward for whisky or a pale imitation of the true factor? We'll focus on it with Alec Lee on WhiskyCast In-Depth. We'll discuss with all three of them on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, Knob Creek is shedding its age assertion, Islay's latest distillery has the green mild to begin construction, and another distillery has been hit by thieves. The founders of Baltimore's Sagamore Spirits could have chosen to buy a distillery anyplace they wished to, however they wished to assist revive Baltimore's heritage of constructing Rye whiskey - and assist convey a long-suffering waterfront neighborhood again to life. Sagamore Spirit's new distillery will open subsequent month, and this week, a brand new cask-power version of Sagamore Spirit Rye was unveiled to go along with the unique model that made its debut earlier this 12 months. We'll speak with Sagamore Spirit's Brian Treacy on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth, together with Sazerac CEO Mark Brown, who finished off his yr with more acquisitions. Jean Donnay joins us on WhiskyCast In-Depth to discuss his longtime dream of distilling on Islay and his plans for Gartbreck Farm. Corn farmers have a saying "knee excessive by the Fourth of July" to gauge whether or not their crop will be a great one, and we'll look at the grains that go into making "America's Native Spirit" with veteran Bourbon distiller Dave Pickerell on this Independence Day episode. Corn, rye, wheat, and barley each add their own unique character to a Bourbon, along with lots of the exotic grains distillers experiment with, and Dave will break them down for us on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, Glasgow leaders give their blessing to a new distillery alongside the River Clyde, and we'll have extra on new distilleries in Ireland and New Zealand, along with an replace on new whiskies from Highland Park, Jim Beam, and Kininvie. This week's tasting notes embrace Barrell Bourbon, Jim Beam's new Signature Craft Quarter Cask, High West's American Prairie Reserve, and a rare Glengoyne 15 matured completely in Bourbon casks. Stuart Nickerson has stored a low profile since leaving Glenglassaugh Distillery following its sale last 12 months, however he has several new projects coming on line within the coming weeks. He's about to launch the primary single cask bottling from his own line of whiskies, and will launch a new gin this coming week as the first product from a new distillery he is working with on Shetland - with whiskies to return in the future.
Queen Elizabeth has honored one of many founders of a fledgling British whisky distillery, and a retired Kentucky distillery proprietor's personal stash of Bourbon is about to come back available on the market - more than four many years after it was distilled. Whisky makers have tried for decades to come up with methods of constructing young whiskies style like older ones, but whisky purists will argue that there is no substitute for time in a barrel in relation to making a quality whisky. Tyler created the TerrePURE course of, which makes use of ultrasonic sound waves to interrupt up a few of the undesirable byproducts of the distilling process which might be left behind after a whisky reaches the barrel. South Carolina-primarily based Terressentia has been utilizing that course of on bulk and personal-label Bourbons for the final ten years, and revived the old Medley Distillery in Owensboro, Kentucky in 2016. Tyler Distillery will release its first Kentucky Bourbon using that process this week, and we'll discuss with Terressentia CEO Earl Hewlette on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. We'll talk with each of them on this week's WhiskyCast In-Depth. In the information, the Bardstown Bourbon Company has put its first whiskey into a bottle. We'll discuss with Steve Nally and have tasting notes for it, too. Arran's new Lagg Distillery has began laying down casks of whisky for the longer term, and we'll have particulars on new whiskies from Gordon & MacPhail, The Glenlivet, Tamdhu, and extra. Oliver Hughes and his partners in Ireland's Porterhouse Group opened Dingle Distillery in late 2012, simply as the Irish craft distilling boom was beginning.
Jun 23, 2013
We'll keep in mind Elmer T. Lee on this week's episode, with a look again at his life and legacy. In the news, Kentucky's distillers be part of forces to help Parker Beam elevate money for ALS research, Balcones breaks ground on a brand new distillery in Waco, Texas, and the newest on almost two dozen single cask Scotch whiskies launched this week.