Robert Burns Night—held each January 25 in honor of the 1759 birth of Scotland’s most famous poet–is a spirited celebration filled with whiskey, haggis, kilts and poetry. Read more about the annual fest here in our current issue.
It’s 2013 and the craft distilling movement continues to pick up speed. In our current issue, Amy Zavatto recommends some of the best of the old-fashioned yet New Age-y locavore spirits to try in the new year.
The craft distilling movement has yielded a bumper crop of spirits that hearken back to old traditions while pushing the boundaries of creativity.
This upstate whiskey captures the spirit of New York’s most fertile region.
Hillrock Estate Distillery ushers in a new era of grow-it-yourself.
More than one bartender I know has joked that today the amateurs are out; meaning those who don’t frequently belly up at McSwiggen’s for…
Fancy Flask: KCD’s Brooklyn-Made Bourbon.Photo: New York Magazine/Grub Street It’s a small world, right? Yesterday New York Magazine’s food blog reported that a third…
Meet the artisan distillers behind Manhattan’s new favorite rye whiskey.
New York’s first distillery since Prohibition, Tuthilltown Spirits is just four years old, but its vodkas, rum and signature whiskeys are in hot demand,…