Just a slightly better Knob Creek Small Batch? Or something more?
Jim Beam pushes out “Bonded” and ushers in Old Tub in its place
Give the devil his due
Knob Creek’s gateway bourbon
Is this a cask strength version of Legent?
What was lost seems to be found again.
Jim Beam lets its Old Overholt brand return to its roots with a whiskey made from Monongahela Rye.
With the release of an 18 year old bourbon, Jim Beam bucks the trend of declining age statements
A premium priced version of Baker’s released at the wrong time
Freddie Noe continues to push the envelope with younger and younger whiskies. Can he make this one work?
Freddie Noe blends together two safe bets with a wild and young brown rice bourbon.
Knob Creek’s picks decline in age but still represent some of the best values in bourbon out there.
Where did these barrels come from?!
Popeye’s pal wisely borrows money for one of the best values in bourbon.
As 15 year Knob Creek picks disappear, do the 11 year picks pack the same punch?
Outwardly similar specs cover up the fact that these two are anything but similar.
Beam tones down their crazy ideas of the first two Little Books with one that sees them blending together all of their most popular bourbon labels at cask strength.
Jim Beam takes a stab at putting a whiskey into another freshly charred barrels like the other guys are doing.
3 Single Barrels compete to see how much extra aging affects the juice within.
Around 110 proof and aged for at least 5.5 years old, what separates these two rye whiskies?
Can a new bottle and single barrel status make Baker’s great again?