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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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Unique Whisky…From An Even More Unique Distillery (Episode 837: September 20, 2020)

Every distillery is unique, but there’s one in Australia that could redefine your concept of “unique.” Belgrove Distillery is on...

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Scottish Distillery Tours Added to Coronavirus Cancellations

By Mark Gillespie March 16, 2020 – With Scottish officials issuing new guidance on the coronavirus crisis recommending that large...

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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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Pour Me a Spot of Whiskey, Please! (Episode 740: November 18, 2018)

Back on the road again, and this episode comes from the New Brunswick Spirits Festival in Fredericton, New Brunswick! We’ll...

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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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Jeff Arnett: 10 Years as Master Distiller at Jack Daniel’s (Episode 718: August 5, 2018)

Jeff Arnett became the Master Distiller for Jack Daniel’s in 2008, joining a small club of distillers that began with...

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Top 10 Whisky Predictions for 2018

January 2, 2018 – As a journalist, I spend much of my time covering news that has already happened. There...

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Ten Years of Making Whiskey at Mount Vernon (Episode 665: October 29, 2017)

Distillers from around the United States gathered at Virginia’s Mount Vernon this week to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the...

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Empire State Distillers Create New Empire Rye Category

October 22, 2017 – New York’s nickname is the Empire State, and of course, that is where New York City’s...

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