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
It’s September again. It’s become a tradition around here for us to always have something to say around September. Not that we don’t always have something to say anyway but September is always special. Why September you may be asking yourself. Or maybe you’re not. Maybe if you’re someone that’s checking out a whiskey blog you have some idea that September is bourbon heritage month and that all around the country there are fun bourbon related activities going on. 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
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
What if there was a world of whiskey experiences to be had right under our noses, ready to be grabbed? What if one trip could load you up on stories to tell at your favorite bar
Of the hundreds of treks possible, here are a few to get you started in the unique, once-in-a-lifetime direction. Dust off that travel glass and get out there! Read More
The first time I remember tasting bourbon was less than a decade ago. I was at a party hosted by a colleague and her husband in an up-and-coming neighborhood within the DC city limits. My wife and I were living in a small studio in the upper reaches of the Georgetown neighborhood. She was away for a few weeks, somewhere in western Africa on behalf of Uncle Sam. These were exciting weekends. The apartment, being what it was at 500 square feet, was mine alone for a brief respite. I took these opportunities to explore and perhaps indulge a little more than I would otherwise. Read More