By far, the largest sub-group of American Indie/craft breweries is the one for which I’ve borrowed a term from my pals Chris Carter and Doug Baldwin: “A-ight”
How do you say “California” in one whiskey?…The best pocket description for this innovative whiskey is “…vivid and spicy, sun-splashed liberally with colorful grace notes, and different enough that even a complete novice will understand they have something on their tongue that hasn’t been there before.
The bottles listed here are all GREAT values for your money and are the ones most likely to light up your booze-fan loved one for the smallest amount of cabbage.
You’re gonna have a hard damned time getting hold of Desert Diamond Distillery’s killer Rums…but, I promise you, the effort will be worth it.
Rants about Fake (Brewery) News, the dumbing-down of whiskey, and people who interrupt others.
This is a GREAT, repeat G-R-E-A-T, bottle of whiskey. Call it whatever pleases you but, if you love whiskey at all, TRY THIS.
I have tasted some Tequila, in the time I’ve been writing this bloglet, that I dearly loved but no trio of any Tequila brand got up under my saddle the way Suerte Blanco, Reposado, and Añejo do.
Basil Hayden’s Rye Whiskey jumps to the head of the line of fine American Ryes and devout Whiskey fans are well advised to taste this and see what the buzz is all about.