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American Rye Whiskey

Episode 176 – Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery – Christian Ryan

This episode feature ⁠Christian Ryan⁠ of ⁠Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery⁠.

This ten year journey began as a hobby for the founders of Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery. They are lovers of bourbon and whiskey. The idea of opening a winery didn’t appeal to them as much as starting a distillery. The timing fell in line with New York’s changing its farm distillery laws. Christian came on board three years ago as the head distiller. He has had his hand in brewing since 2007, so the transition to distilling was a comfortable move. They have recently expanded and moved into a new space to give their guests an even more fabulous experience. The added room provided for much needed production and barrel storage area. Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery offers consumers a chance to experience the flavor and character of the Adirondacks.

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www.SpringbrookHollow.com – 10047 NY-149, Fort Ann, NY 12827 –  ⁠(518) 338-3130⁠ – ⁠Facebook

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Highlights From our Discussion:

⁠Sono 1420 America’s Maritime Distillery⁠

⁠Lake George, NY⁠

⁠Kru Coffee⁠

⁠Eda Rhine Distilling Company⁠

⁠Tenth Ward Distilling Company⁠

⁠Speyside Cooperage⁠

⁠Arcane Distilling⁠

⁠Scott’s Mini Woodshop⁠

⁠Adirondack Brewery⁠

⁠New York Sate Distillers Guild

Episode 133 – Catoctin Creek Distilling Company – Becky Harris

This episode features Becky Harris of Catoctin Creek Distilling Company .

Becky and Scott founded Catoctin Creek in 2009. At the time there were about 200 distilleries in the United Sates and 6 in Virginia. They began with a vision of making rye whiskey which was “the whiskey” up until prohibition in the Mid-Atlantic States. At Cotoctin they use batch pot still distillation. This is the key to deriving the most flavor from the rye grain. In the beginning it was difficult to get farmers to take a chance on this little craft distillery. Today those farmers are glad that they did. Catoctin produces some of the finest rye whiskey’s. Combine that with the delicious cocktails in the tasting room and you have a recipe for continued growth and success. We enjoyed our fascinating conversation about history, the spirits industry and Catoctin Creek Distilling.  

120 W Main St, Purcellville, VA 20132 – ⁠⁠⁠⁠(540) 751-8404⁠ – www.CatoctinCreekDistilling.com – Facebook

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Highlights from our discussion:

Every Home a Distillery

American Craft Spirit Association

Mt. Defiance Distillery

⁠Jack Rose Dining Saloon⁠

MGP

Sagamore Spirit

New Riff Distilling

Eight Oaks Farm Distillery

Gwar

Leopold Brothers

Diageo Brands

George Dickel

Bulleit Bourbon

Du Nord Social Spirits

Distilled Spirits Council

Purcellville, VA

Episode 108 – Redwood Empire Whiskey – Lauren Patz

This episode features Lauren Patz of Redwood Empire Whiskey.

The story begins not with whiskey but, with wine.  Derek Benham started a wine company over 20 years ago.  He built the brand and sold it in 2013.  He then set his sights on starting a distillery.  White spirits flowed from the still and they began laying down barrels in 2015.  Redwood Empire is located in the heart of Sonoma, California.  Lauren grew up in a wine making family.  Her journey into distilling started with the study of history (Not the history of spirits)  and she learned how to make candy while in Japan.  It was when she was pairing chocolate and spirits that it opened her world to spirits.  Learn more about the amazing whiskeys that Redwood is producing and we are certain that you’re sure to become a huge fan too.  It will be love at first sip.

www.RedwoodEmpireWhiskey.com – Facebook

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Highlights from our discussion:

Trees For The Future

Adams Grain

Admiral Maltings

Spirit Works Distillery

Chuao Chocolatier

Benham’s Gin

Mark West Wines

Bar Convent Brooklyn

American Whiskey Convention 2021 – Part 1

Finally, the 16 month wait was over. The American Whiskey Convention 2021 was a major success. With over 250 whiskeys and bourbons to sample it was a hard decision on where to start. We got to meet and speak to some incredible people in the industry. Guests shared their observations on what their favorite picks were and who stood out as a surprise.

The theme this year was Whiskey on the Water and it was hosted by the Independence Seaport Museum. There were master distillers and experts on hand to share the latest stories and philosophies about all things whiskey. Discussion forums focused on the grain. The Convention was created by the Delaware Valley Fields Foundation in 2016. It pays homage to the farmers and those caretakers of the grains that we all love so much. Laura Fields worked tirelessly this year to make sure that the event was compliant with local covid rules. The event is an opportunity for novices and experienced whiskey aficionados alike to enjoy their own experience. The people that we spoke to came away with a fantastic experience. There is so much to see and do that you can’t possibly do it all in one evening.

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Highlights From our Discussion:

George Washington’s Mount Vernon Distillery

Stoll & Wolfe

Delaware Valley Fields Foundation

Dick Stoll

Lititz, PA

A.H.Hirsch

Pernod Ricard USA

Jefferson’s Bourbon

Smooth Ambler

MGP

Contradiction

Heaven Hill Distillery

Evan Williams Small Batch

Larceny Small Batch

Rittenhouse Rye

Old Fitzgerald

Old Limestone Mixing Water

Episode 70 – Whiskey and Wood – Scott Wishart

This episode features Scott Wishart of Scott’s Mini Woodshop

Scotts journey into woodworking began with him needing to fix things around the house.  He learned more about wood turning from watching YouTube videos.  His craft woodwork has become his therapy and his escape.  He connected his love of whiskey & wine with creating bottle stoppers, bottle openers and special wine goblets.  He even made unique tumblers for the podcast episode.  Our interview transforms into whiskey and woodworking with Scott.   

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Highlights from our discussion:

Bimber Distillery

Dalwhinnie Distillery

Diageo

Wegmans

Whole Foods Market

Freddie Johnson

Blantons Bourbon

Old Line Spirits

Red Pump Spirits

Mason Dixon Distillery

Manatawny Still Works

Episode 50 – George Washington’s Mount Vernon Distillery – Steve Bashore

This episode features Steve Bashore of George Washington’s Mount Vernon Distillery.  “The best whiskeys we’ve made have yet to be bottled  .”Steve has worked in the museum field for over 30 years and is a miller by trade.  Add to that resume being the head distillery at a place where he keeps history alive.  Being a distiller using 18th century equipment isn’t easy.  He is a problem solver and he has learned to adapt with the equipment that he has.  Steve joined Mount Vernon in 2007 as head of the department of historical trades where he oversees the living history element.  Steve was there when the first barrel was filled in 2007.  With the help of some incredible people the distillery is now producing some much coveted spirits.  His stories, experiences and knowledge are fascinating.   Steve’s focus on education, pride and the connection to history keeps the spirit of George Washington thriving.  

5514 Mount Vernon Memorial Hwy, Alexandria, VA 22309

(703) 780-3383 

https://www.mountvernon.org/the-estate-gardens/distillery/Facebook

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Highlights from our discussion:Nearest Green

Maggie Campbell Privateer Rum

Scotch Whisky Association

Alexandria, VA

Starlight Distillery

Ferm Solutions

Lisa Wicker Widow Jane Distillery

Jack Daniels

A. Smith Bowman

Jimmy Russell

Jim Beam

Mike Sherman

Vendome Copper & Brass Works

American Whiskey Trail

Dr. Peter Cressy

Dave Pickerell

Distilled Spirits Council of the United States

Bourbon Pompeii

Esther White

Episode 30 – Ethan Smith – Michter’s Pennsylvania

Ethan Smith

🎙Check out the latest episode featuring Ethan Smith. Ethan has a passion and curiosity for the old Bomberger’s Distillery which was more recently Michter’s in Pennsylvania. The seed for Ethan’s hunger to discover Michter’s was planted in him when he was a kid. Originating in a brochure rack. It reappeared in an antiques store and since that fateful day he has been consumed with the Michter’s legacy. Even turning his home into a makeshift Michter’s museum to preserve the famous history. Michter’s closed on Valentine’s Day 1990 but, Ethan helps to keep the story alive.
bluecapriethan@gmail.com The Ethan Smith Blog

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Highlights from our discussion:

Bomberger’s Distillery

Michter’s Distillery

Dick Stoll

Stoll & Wolfe Distillery

Schaefferstown, PA

Susquehanna River Valley

WGAL

Evan Williams

Jack Daniels

Rosen Rye

American Whiskey Convention

Tom’s Foolery Distillery

Continental Distilling Corporation

Michter’s Decanters List

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