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Coronavirus Hits the Whisky Industry (Episode 811: March 22, 2020)

The global COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic took full hold on the whisky industry this week, as governments not only shut down...

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Distillers Hoping to be Part of Coronavirus Solution While Fighting to Stay in Business

By Mark Gillespie March 19, 2020 – Chris Montana wrote an email Tuesday night to his team at Du Nord...

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Finding a Home in the World of Whisky (Episode 798: December 22, 2019)

Dhavall Gandhi could have been a highly sought after mergers and acquisitions expert, but he set that potentially lucrative career...

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U.S. Distillers Get One-Year Extension Of Federal Excise Tax Break

By Mark Gillespie December 21, 2019 – “As soon as the President signs, I will be raising my glass…I will...

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An Edinburgh Distillery’s Canadian Connection (Episode 797: December 15, 2019)

Holyrood Distillery became Edinburgh’s first malt whisky distillery in nearly a century when it fired up the stills for the...

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Distillers Turn Up Heat on Congress As Tax Deadline Gets Closer

By Mark Gillespie December 12, 2019 – Remember that New Year’s Eve deadline for extending the break America’s small-scale distillers...

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Winner, Winner…Whiskey Dinner! (Episode 796: December 8, 2019)

Nicole Austin can be excused for walking on Cloud 9 the other night at Whisky Advocate’s WhiskyFest in New York...

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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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Support Grows For Extending Distillers’ Tax Break, But Still No Action

November 5, 2019 – There isn’t much that politicians on both sides of the aisle in Washington agree on these...

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Terroir in Whisky: Terrific Concept or Terrible Myth? (Episode 791: November 3, 2019)

Want to start an argument among whisky lovers? Just ask whether there’s “terroir” in whisky. Terroir is the French term...

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