An Infographic Look At American Whiskey

Whiskey has been a part of American culture since Scottish and Irish immigrants first brought it to the colonies in the early 18th century. More than 400 years later, whiskey is now more popular than ever with Americans who are buying it in greater quantities than any other spirit. Learn…

Wednesdays Are For Whiskey: Teeling Whiskey

With St. Patrick’s Day just around the corner, Irish whiskey lovers are undoubtedly looking forward to all the deals bars will be offering on drams of uisce beatha. But let’s be honest, as great as Jameson, Tullamore Dew and Powers are, there’s not a lot of different Irish whiskeys readily…

5 Irish Whiskeys You Should Be Drinking

America is bourbon and rye country and there’s no doubt that renewed interest in whiskey has led to an incredible amount of choices for bourbon and rye imbibers, but they aren’t the only winners. Irish whiskey is also experiencing a sales boom and for the first time, many neighborhood bars…

Wild Turkey Releases Its Oldest Bourbon

Novice whiskey drinkers often fall under the spell of age statements, believing the older, the better. For a spirit such as Scotch whisky, which is aged in used barrels in a humid environment, prolonged aging can impart many unique flavors form the barrel. But with bourbon, which must be aged…

The Pogues Launch Their Own Irish Whiskey

Long before Flogging Molly and Dropkick Murphys mixed traditional Irish music with punk attitude there was The Pogues. Fronted by raconteur and famed booze-enthusiast Shane MacGowan, The Pogues have been entertaining audiences with tales of drunken debauchery since 1982 and now they’ll offer up their own take on Ireland’s most…

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