We thought we'd take some time each month to highlight some of the ones that we, particularly, enjoyed or were interested in or even the ones that spark some discussion for new content of our own on our slack channel. Who knows.
This doesn't apply to all of these. There's definitely no hard and fast rules being put in place here for what we're doing but to the extent that we can highlight news about local craft distillers or, in my case, Virginia distilleries we love to take the time to do that. Read More
August Marked the 100th anniversary of the National Parks Service. While we’re a month late in celebrating it there’s never a bad time to celebrate what is, arguably, one of the nation’s greatest achievements. We love to travel and experience different places and the national parks, in my experience, always offer a great opportunity for exactly that. Read More
In honor of Bourbon heritage month and by merit of the fact that we've been touring around different places in the Virginia (mostly Central Virginia) the last month or two it seemed like as good a time as any to layout our five favorite places to visit in that state. Read More
Everyone knows that the most important element of being a good spy is being a whiskey collector. Everyone does know that? Don’t they? Read More
I’m sitting in a newly designed room in a picturesque little hollow whose only neighbor is the Jehovah’s Witness Kingdom Hall. Not the neighbors you would expect, necessarily, for a distillery but whisky itself has become a bit of a religion lately too. Read More
If you find yourself on one of those steamy summer days in central Virginia there is a world of possibilities for things to do. As many already know there is a booming craft beer industry that has cropped up in the area. All you have to do is head out to Route 151 in Nelson County to go touring many of the local beer and wine options. However, maybe beer or wine aren’t exactly what you’re looking for. Or maybe you have a group of people with you and you’re trying to find a variety of activities that will keep everyone occupied. Just keep driving. Charlottesville is not too far away and their downtown mall, among other things, has something to offer as well.