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Gordon & MacPhail Unveils “The Cairn Distillery”

By Mark Gillespie November 3, 2020 – Gordon & MacPhail’s plans for a new Speyside malt whisky distillery near Grantham-on-Spey...

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Whisky’s Need for Diversity and Inclusion (Episode 839: October 4, 2020)

Whisky is a universal drink, a pleasure that can be shared by all regardless of gender, color, national origin, disability,...

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Designing Distilleries for Scotch Whisky’s Next Century (Episode 795: December 1, 2019)

There’s an old saying that “form follows function.” It’s the idea that a building’s design should fit its intended purpose,...

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The Queen of Canadian Whisky (Episode 794: November 24, 2019)

This week, we’re in Fredericton, New Brunswick for the 24th annual New Brunswick Spirits Festival! We’ll talk with one of...

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Whisky As a Political Football (Episode 786: September 29, 2019)

Whisky has been a part of politics since the monks were working their stills in medieval times, helping opposing sides...

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WhistlePig Rye: Moving On Without the Master (Episode 767: May 12, 2019)

Of all the craft distilleries Dave Pickerell worked with before his sudden death last November, none was more identified with...

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A New Generation at Michter’s (Episode 765: April 28, 2019)

Pam Heilmann has been making Bourbon for her entire career, but it was only in the last three years that...

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Whisky Knows No Gender…Why Don’t Some Men Get That? (Episode 758: March 10, 2019)

Women are making whiskies, running whisky companies, and teaching people how to enjoy whiskies all over the world. So…why do...

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Bourbon…Not Just for the Boys Any More! (Episode 756: February 24, 2019)

There’s a long tradition of fathers and sons in whisky distilling, but Kentucky’s Jeptha Creed Distillery is one of the...

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The High Plains and the Highlands Come Together (Episode 723: September 9, 2018)

Like most romances, Wyoming Whiskey and Edrington had plenty of potential partners trolling around. Neither one needed a partner, until...

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