Review: I.W. Harper 15 Year

I.W. Harper Bourbon has been around for a long time. It was founded in the 1879 by Isaac Wolfe and Bernard Bernheim and has pretty much been around ever since. For some reason (I guess to have a less German-sounding name) they decided to go with Harper instead of Bernheim when naming it and I.W. Harper […]

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Review: Prairie Artisan Ales OK-Si

One off Imperial Stout aged in Tequila barrels. It should be interesting to see what Prairie does with the tequila barrels, having only tried their draft only Tequila Barrel Aged Branson Jamboree in the past. I’m a little nervous. Be gentle, OK-Si. Company: Prairie Artisan Ales Location: Tulsa, OK. Brewed in Krebs, OK ABV: 12% […]

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Review: Old Forester 1870

Late last year Brown-Foreman announced they will be building a $30 million distillery on Whiskey Row in downtown Louisville. Not far behind was the announcement of the “Old Forester Whiskey Row Series”, a new line of Old Forester releases consisting of four expressions. This is the first. Let’s hear what they have to say about it. […]

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Review: Anthem IPA

Anthem Brewing Company is putting out some really great beers here in Oklahoma. They have a fantastic focus on barrel aged releases that rarely disappoint, and they bring some different things to the table compared to other local breweries that make them a bit more accessible to those that don’t want big and strong beers, but just […]

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Review: Bib & Tucker

35 Maple Street is a company based out of Sonoma, California that produces the Masterson’s line of Rye, Wheat, and Barley Canadian whiskeys. Bib & Tucker is the company’s first step into the bourbon business, and it’s a very interesting one. In an interview with WhiskyCast’s Mark Gillespie, 35 Maple Street’s COO Richard Zeller stated the juice being purchased […]

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Review: Noah’s Mill

Before we get too far into how this stuff tastes, I would like to briefly ramble about something else given that this is the first bourbon reviewed on this site from a Non-Distiller Producer. One thing you learn when you start getting into bourbon is that everything on that shelf of your local liquor store was […]

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