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Bourbon Archive

Jun 9, 2010

Maker’s Mark Announces Maker’s 46

It seems like it’s been forever since I posted any bourbon related news on the site, so it’s only appropriate to go […]

Aug 28, 2009

New Woodford Reserve Masters Details

Chuck has some interesting details on the soon-to-be released Masters Collection from Woodford Reserve. I would love to get a bottle, but […]

Jun 17, 2009

Congressional Bourbon Caucus Formed

Congressmen John Yarmuth (D) and Brett Guthrie (R) have come together in a bipartisan effort to bring attention to and support “…one […]

Apr 14, 2009

Buffalo Trace Aged in Mongolian Oak

Lew Bryson has a brief excerpt up from an upcoming article he wrote for Malt Advocate regarding the various wood barrel types […]

Mar 31, 2009

Jack Daniel’s Master Taster Has to Know His Whiskey

Here’s a nice little article with the master taster from Jack Daniel’s.

Mar 26, 2009

Sazerac Buys Kentucky Bourbon Brands

The Sazerac Co. completed the $334 million acquisition of Constellation Brands Inc. labels which will add to the Sazerac portfolio Kentucky Gentleman, […]

Feb 27, 2009

Jim Beam Red Stag

Just noticed this article form yesterday in my feed reader. It appears as though Jim Beam is getting into the flavored bourbon […]

Feb 25, 2009

Jack Daniel’s is Not Bourbon. Or is it?

Here’s a nice primer as to what’s considered bourbon, what’s marketed bourbon and what’s neither. Hopefully it doesn’t further confuse those of […]

Feb 15, 2009

George Washington’s Latest Rye Takes a Different Approach

Here’s a little news of the next batch of product from the reconstructed distillery of George Washington. “…former Maker’s Mark master distiller […]

Feb 10, 2009

Invasion of the Bourbon Snatchers

Chuck Cowdery writes to inform fans of bourbon that a recent shift to Whiskey blends could be good for the industry, due […]

Jan 23, 2009

Bernheim Original Wheat Whiskey

For my first foray into Bourbon reviews, I figured what better way to start off than with a product I’ve never had […]