King of Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey returns for 2020 for its third edition and we’ve reviewed it. This year, Brown-Forman releases its limited-edition, cask strength single barrel at 14-year old. With only 2,200 bottles being released for 2020, the suggested price is $249.99. Watch for it on shelves month in September 2020.
Old Dominick Distillery of Memphis, Tennessee has introduced new whiskeys including a Straight Bourbon Whiskey, a Straight Wheat Whiskey, and a Blend of Straight Whiskeys to their Huling Station lineup. We talk with Master Distiller Alex Castle.
Best Bourbon Whiskey Tastings you can find at-home happening September for National Bourbon Heritage Month, as Bourbon expert Tom Fischer has curated tastings in a virtual tasting series to educate, engage and you can have the whiskey sent to you to enjoy during the class with food pairing themed and more.
Blanton’s Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey “Straight From The Barrel” expression will now available in the United States this fall in limited quantities. Previously only available in overseas markets, Blanton’s Straight From The Barrel is an uncut, unfiltered bourbon. The recipe is the same as Blanton’s Original and Blanton’s Gold, but the proof will vary from barrel to barrel. Here is everything you need to know about it.
Copper & Kings Distillery of Louisville, Kentucky releases the new Brewskey, which is a whiskey made from distilled beers from Against the Grain Brewery beers that were going to not be consumed due to the pandemic closing bars.
Bardstown Bourbon Company and Copper & Kings Destillaré Orange Curaçao Bourbon whiskey is a partnership with Louisville, Kentucky distillery Copper & Kings American Brandy Company featuring a 9 -year-old Tennessee bourbon finished for 18 months in Destillaré Orange Curaçao barrels. It is part of distillery’s Collaborative Series, a line of imaginative bourbons that have been finished in an array of wine, beer and spirits barrels.
There will be no fans at Kentucky Derby this year for 2020 amid COVID-19 concerns The decision to run without fans includes Kentucky Oaks on Friday, September 4, and all live racing at Churchill Downs Racetrack in Louisville for Derby week (September 1-5). Only essential personnel and participants will be permitted on the property. Ticket holders for all Derby week race dates and related programming, including Dawn at the Downs, will be automatically issued a refund.
Hard Truth Distilling Co. of Nashville, Indiana releases their first-ever whiskey: Hard Truth Sipes’ Straight Bourbon Whiskey, a rum barrel-finished 4-year-old Bourbon whiskey, now available at Big Woods restaurant locations and retailers in the coming weeks.
Guinness Stout Beer and Indiana’s Fighting Irish of The University of Notre Dame form a partnership with quarterback Joe Montana as the ambassador. Guinness will become the official beer of Notre Dame Football, with Notre Dame 8-packs of Guinness Draught cans, which can be found across select U.S. markets, including Indiana, New York, Chicago, and Boston.
Tales of the Cocktail Foundation tell us that for the first time in its 18 years’ existence, Tales of the cocktail will be held in an entirely digital format versus the regular conference in New Orleans, Louisiana. Additionally, this year it will be at no cost to attendees that register in a free digital conference. Here is everything you need to know and an interview with Tales of the Cocktail President Caroline Rosen.