Tag: MGP

If National Lampoon started a Whiskey Company…

The Ohio River was the waterway for bourbon in the 1800’s, so it is not surprising that many distilleries were built to take advatage of this easy access to the whiskey market. German immigrant, August Krogman, saw opportunity and built his distillery in Tell… Continue Reading “If National Lampoon started a Whiskey Company…”

Sipp’n Corn Tasting Notes: Four Gate Batch 7—River Kelvin Rye.

Four Gate is back with another extremely limited batch of only 1,484 bottles.  And for the first time, it’s a Straight Rye Whiskey.  It’s not a Kentucky Rye—or “barely Rye”—it’s a 95% rye grain Indiana Straight Rye, meaning we can all pretty much guess… Continue Reading “Sipp’n Corn Tasting Notes: Four Gate Batch 7—River Kelvin Rye.”

Sipp’n Corn Bourbon Review – Boone County Eighteen 33

Cheers for Boone County Distilling Company’s transparency in not trying to hide the source of this bourbon and cheers for the 12-year age statement.  I could do without the gimmicky “made by ghosts” and strained ties to heritage, but every brand knows that history… Continue Reading “Sipp’n Corn Bourbon Review – Boone County Eighteen 33”