For the last 11 years Woodford Reserve has been charging people $100 for their limited edition Master’s Collection released each fall. Last year’s was the first we reviewed, and our friend Jeff wasn’t a fan, hopefully this year’s brings some heat to the game. Let’s check out a snippet of what Woodford has to say […]Read more "Review: Woodford Reserve Master’s Collection Brandy Cask Finish"
It’s the end of November which means we are about done with the limited Bourbon releases for the year, but here in Oklahoma some of them are still rolling in. One of the newer limited offerings comes from Luxco in the form of Yellowstone Limited Edition. While I definitely dug the Yellowstone Select I wasn’t a huge […]Read more "Review: Yellowstone Limited Edition 2016"
It was the last day of the Whiskey Catfish Society weekend and we had one more awesome thing to do together before we parted ways. Nice and hungover from the Whiskey Catfish Potluck, we loaded up in the car and headed toward Versailles with hopes of walking around one of the most historic and beautiful distilleries […]Read more "The Whiskey Catfish Society: Part 4 – Castle & Key"
We bought a lot of Prairie beers this week. With the release of the latest batches of Coffee Noir, Pirate Noir, and Pirate Bomb! I’ve had many monies fly out of my wallet and into my fridge/cellar. Am I sorry? No. What good is money if you can’t immediately turn it into beer or bourbon? […]Read more "Review: Prairie Pirate Bomb! Batch 4 (Late 2016)"
The newest batch of Pirate things came out this week (Noir and Bomb!), which means many rummy beers will be consumed in my near future. Not a bad problem to have. I thought I had Pirate Noir from a previous batch hanging around in the cellar, but apparently I drank it/them in a moment of […]Read more "Review: Prairie Pirate Noir (2016)"
Prairie released 3 beers this week, Pirate Bomb!, Pirate Noir, and Coffee Noir. Hell of a week! This stuff has been really hard to find with low bottle limits at all my favorite stops. The most limited so far (for me anyways) has been the Coffee Noir. While I was tempted to crack this on a […]Read more "Review: Prairie Coffee Noir (2016)"
It’s the day after Thanksgiving which means it’s officially Christmas season. I spent the morning and early afternoon helping customers and pouring beers at Guestroom Records as Justin sold them many records. It’s really the only way to spend Black Friday. So now, after being on my feet for most of the day, it’s time […]Read more "Review: Prairie Christmas Bomb! (2016)"
Old Forester 1920 is the third expression of four in the Old Forester Whiskey Row Series. According to the bottle, during prohibition, the typical barrel proof at the time prior to bottling was 115 proof, so there you go. For other Old Forester reviews, click here. Company: Brown-Foreman Corporation Distillery: Old Forester Location: Louisville, KY […]Read more "Review: Old Forester 1920"
“Each year on September 2nd – in honor of our founder George Garvin Brown’s birthday – Old Forester releases a limited-edition, 12-year old vintage-dated expression. Old Forester Birthday Bourbon has become a must-have for bourbon enthusiasts who want to experience the ultimate in rare handcrafted bourbon. Since its introduction in 2002, Old Forester Birthday Bourbon […]Read more "Review: Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2016"
I ran over to the Roughtail Brewery on a beautiful fall afternoon to again grab a few of their brewery only IPAs. This time around it’s a nice hoppy IPA brewed with a ton of raspberries and London yeast. Contains a whopping 42 pounds of raspberry puree per barrel, flaked oats and wheat and some […]Read more "Review: Roughtail E-Juice IPA With Raspberries"