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Dressed up as Elvis, Art Stoddard of Detroit enjoys the festivities alongside the Detroit Derby Girls in a post-match bash at Thomas Magee's Sporting House and Whiskey Bar in Eastern Market.
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Somewhere along the way, about two years ago, Pappy Van Winkle bourbon crossed over the line from being a cult favorite to being the object of bizarre fetishization.
Of the 10 or so in various stages of development, half of this wave is downtown where they are needed most and where some of the projects are especially intriguing.
Jade Adams of New Richmond, Wis., poured a generous round of $5 cocktails after a tour at the 45th Parallel Distillery.
Rye is making a comeback. The brown spirit, once seen as fit only for the frontier saloon, is taking its place among the small-batch bourbons and single-malt whiskeys behind the bars at hip watering holes across the country.
In a large pan melt butter. Then gradually add your brown sugar stirring together until carmelized.
Bourbon is no longer just for sipping. Bourbon Barrel Foods of Louisville offers a variety of handcrafted bourbon sauces and spices.
German start-up Skypak has created a truly unique collection of mobile furniture brought down from the sky! Using old airplane trolleys, Skypak designed their "La Barrique" cart as a streamlined piece featuring carefully selected reclaimed wood from wine and whiskey barrels gathered from well-known chateaus and famous distilleries across Europe.
The Distillery: Located amid the rolling hills and fields of Ancram, in Dutchess County, New York, Hillrock is unique for being one of the few true "field-to-glass" operations in the whiskey world.
Britain is becoming increasingly well-known for its enclaves of wealthy Russians - from Roman Abramovich's ownership of London's Chelsea F.C. soccer team to the voyeuristic "Meet The Russians" reality show on FOX, wealthy Russian emigres have gotten plenty of headlines in London.
Suntory has claimed to "challenge the status quo" of Japanese whisky with two new no-age-statement whiskies from its Yamazaki and Hakushu distilleries, writes Amy Hopkins.
Last night marked the launch of an incredible collaboration between two very different drinks companies with a common passion for craft and taste.
Kathleen Purvis, Charlotte Observer food writer and author, will talk about one of her passions this weekend: bourbon.
Right now Valentine's spirits - Liberator Gin, Woodward Ltd. Whiskey and Valentine Vodka - are available in seven states, and he plans to expand to offer products in up to 20 states throughout the year.
Eagle Rare Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has named Marc Dibernardo of Clarksville, Tenn., as the winner of the 2014 Rare Life Heroism Award.
If you've spent any time in a bar in the last few years, you've probably spotted at least a few bottles of Japanese whisky.