New Holland’s Dragon’s Milk Stout is a great and surprisingly crisp pour. Beautifully balanced with great bourbon flavors.
About Greg Sinadinos
Greg Sinadinos started his spirits journey writing a whiskey periodical for Fine Tobacco NYC Magazine. He began answering review requests under a social media page he named “Whiskey Culture,” which quickly merged with Greg’s passion for connecting with others and his interest in history.
Today, Greg travels the country not just looking for great whiskey, but also exploring the history and individuals that the whiskey community is founded upon. He has authored “Whiskey History From Around The World” and is the host of “The Rickhouse” web series.
Entries by Greg Sinadinos
Talnua Distillery in Arvada, CO has taken a nearly forgotten traditional distillation style and brought it to America for the first time.
In a landmark deal, Pritzker Private Capital has purchased Bardstown Bourbon Company, one of the largest whiskey producers in the US.
Nelsons Brothers has a long history in Tennessee. A story of adversity and triumph. Today, they are releasing new whiskey expressions!
Apothic Inferno takes a popular and affordable red wine and ignites it by aging it for six-months in whiskey barrels.
The Standard in Nashville, TN gives whiskey enthusiasts great dining options as well as elevated atmosphere and cocktails.
As January fades and February brings in early promises of spring, our recommendations shift from winter to something warmer.
Whiskey companies have, for decades, put age at the forefront of their advertising. But, does a larger age statement denote quality?
Kozuba & Sons Distillery is a St. Pete spirits-scene staple. Known for their vodka and high-wheat rye, they’ve expanded their line.