Touring WhistlePig’s Vermont Distillery

Tasting The Boss Hog VIII: LapuLapu's Pacific and other expressions with whiskey blender Meghan Ireland and lead distiller Emily Harrison

One coveted spirits brand has remained a constant (and consistently evolving) fixture in the reemergence of the rye whiskey category: WhistlePig. The brand coalesced around the purchase of an idyllic Shoreham, Vermont farm in 2007 and tapped the legendary master distiller Dave Pickerell to source their award-winning liquids. Since, they’ve begun production in Vermont, developed an avid collector base and debuted a chain reaction of …

Four Part Harmony Bourbon

As Hudson Whiskey’s oldest release yet, Four Part Harmony likens itself to a jazz quartet for its harmonious blend of four grains: corn, rye, wheat and barley. The ingredients are sourced exclusively from local farmers, an integral part of the distillery’s aim to bottle New York’s bold nature—which this 46% ABV whiskey does and then some. Aged for a minimum of seven years for complex …

Straight Rye Cognac Cask Finish

Only the second rye ever from the small-batch whiskey brand Jefferson’s, the Jefferson’s Rye Cognac Cask Finish continues founder Trey Zoeller’s mission to broaden the spectrum of American whiskey through experimentation. The former cognac casks used for finishing soften the spice of the hearty rye, lending elegance and a delectable honey conclusion to the 94 proof whiskey. This will be an annual limited release.