Rise of The Single Barrel

Single barrels aren’t anything new. They are as old as aged whiskey itself. Many whiskies were purchased by the barrel until the modern innovations to bottling and distribution. However, this ages-old purchasing trend has come back in a blaze of glory.

Elijah Craig – Toasted Barrel

Twice barreled for added complexity, Toasted Barrel takes our award-winning Small Batch Bourbon to new heights.

Barrell Craft Spirits – Bourbon Batch 23

Our extensive stocks of high-quality casks mean we can craft extraordinary blends that maximize the nuances of each ingredient, yet always add up to more than the sum of their parts.

Chicken Cock – Rye

A historic Kentucky brand dating back to 1856. It's believed its rise to fame took place during prohibition where it became a supplier and favorite pour at The Cotton Club speakeasy in Harlem, New York.

Still Austin – The Musician

Still Austin is a new kid on the block. They were founded in 2017 with a vision of a true, locally sourced, grain-to-glass whiskey. The Musician is the culmination of that vision, one that is as rich in a glass as it was in their dreams.

Chattanooga Whiskey 111

We're suckers for a good story behind a good brand here at Whiskey Culture. If you feel the same way, good news, Chattanooga Whiskey delivers.

Our Favorite Summer Whiskies

Summer is drawing to an end on what seems like an eternal 2020. However, all this craziness hasn't stopped us from trying some fun, new whiskies that we've loved alongside old classics.

Barrell Craft Spirits – Dovetail Whiskey

Barrell Craft Spirits was started by owner Joe Beatrice in 2013. Joe questioned the premise that starting a full-blown distillery was the only way to go about entering the whiskey game.

Traverse City – North Coast Rye

Traverse city has done a great job making a rye that stands out with nice earthy flavors, balanced heat, and unique notes that enhance the experience rather than detract from it.

Podcast #009 – Traverse City Whiskey

In this podcast, we chat about four different expressions by Traverse City Whiskey. Special thanks to TC Whiskey Co. and Aaron Brost for the lineup!