Review: Hooker’s House 

Hooker’s House Sonoma-Style Bourbon is named for General Joseph Hooker.  Besides being a ladies man, he was also a Civil War Veteran and Bourbon aficionado. “The bold and spicy character of our Whiskeys is matched by the General’s sometimes outrageous and overindulging lifestyle. General Hooker Lives on in Hooker’s House Bourbon, Rye, Reserve & Privates […]

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Review: Troy & Sons Oak Reserve

The Oak Reserve is Asheville’s Heirloom Moonshine Platinum aged in Bourbon barrels. “Troy & Sons Distillers was founded in North Carolina. Because of the small batch distillation that they use, they admit to some variability in each distillation–in fact, they regard it as a stamp of their authenticity and they put a stamp with the […]

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Review: Breaker Bourbon

Breaker Bourbon has been on my radar for a while. NDPs can be pretty frustrating with their sneaky marketing shit, and while Breaker is certainly no exception, for some reason I’ve been intrigued by their schtick. So when I saw a bottle during a recent trip I figured it was time I try it. Before […]

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