Gin. As a supplier and now a distributor, walking into a retail liquor store with a new brand of gin almost always guarantees an exaggerated eye roll as the particulars of the product are described.
Gin. “They’re just making this until their whiskey ages.”
Gin. And juice. Once looked down upon by retailers as only a ‘certain demographic’ bought this category, we’ve all bought into the rumors that it’s the next big category.
Gin. We’re waiting on you to explode. True that many (many) craft distillers are producing their own take on the juniper-flavored vodka, but we don’t mind as many expressions of brown water- even when the distiller’s only expression of said spirit was in the “picking” of stock barrels.
All we are saying is give gin a chance.
Gruppo Campari did. 58 million chances, in fact, with the purchase of the premium brand BULLDOG.
Keith Bell, Director of the Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission, tendered his resignation late yesterday.
For Immediate Release – November 24, 2015 LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The prestigious Kentucky Bourbon Affair fantasy camp will return to Louisville in June 2016 and will host Whisky Live, an international celebration of the world’s finest whiskies, for the first time in the Commonwealth. The premier event also has added an extra day, giving guests more time to experience behind-the-scenes tours and events at the most famous Bourbon…Continue Reading →
MGP’s Lawrenceburg, Ind., distillery has been producing some of the world’s finest whiskeys for nearly 170 years. Building on this strong history, MGP announces the introduction of Metze’s Select, a limited edition Indiana straight bourbon whiskey.
Master Distiller Jeff Arnett explains how he went from engineering to one of the most coveted jobs in the whiskey world.
The multi-million dollar project Brown-Forman is doing in Indiana is just the latest in a ton of money they are spending on whiskey related build outs.