As of Jan. 1, sales teams of all three will be working for Brooklyn Brewery. The idea is to be able to better compete with major brewers that have been buying American craft breweries. The deal – terms weren’t disclosed, but Brooklyn is said to have made a Continue reading
Pernod Ricard thinks the unique blend of 60% column distilled rye and corn and column and pot distilled what “sets it apart from other whiskies.” It’s matured in three types of barrels — Canadian whisky, American bourbon and Virgin oak Continue reading
Chloe Wine Collection expands its portfolio of premium wines, introducing a single-vineyard Merlot, crafted using grapes grown exclusively in the San Lucas Estate Vineyard in Continue reading
By the time Prohibition shuttered Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery in 1909, Charles Nelson was out-producing several competitors annually with numbers consisting of 380,000 cases versus others at only 23,000 cases. The distillery was reaching markets across America and as far flung as the Philippines, Moscow, and Paris. Continue reading
P&H Egan USA adds Vintage Grain to add to its collection of premium and award-winning whiskeys. The new expression will be the second to be released to the U.S. market following the successful launch of the brand’s Single Malt in 2015 Continue reading
House Spirits Distillery, in Portland, Ore. announces the national release of Westward American Single Malt whiskey. It’s been in development since the distillery was founded in 2004 (and has been Founder Christian Krogstad’s “dream whiskey” for decades).
The new release is a Continue reading