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Source Spotlight: Kelvin Cooperage

Among the most significant decisions a distillery can make is who they partner with for barrels. A lot of facets impact the flavor of a spirit, but the barrel can make or break the flavor. Learn about Kelvin Cooperage and how their barrels help impart the distinctive flavors in our spirits.

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Bartender Spotlight Series: Emily Morton of The 126

Have you discovered The 126? Located at 126 College Street in Burlington, Vermont is The 126. Step inside and you will discover a bustling cocktail lounge filled with soft jazz music, the sound of cocktails being shaken, and patrons enjoying libations (both alcoholic and non-alcoholic) made by the excellent Bartenders. Originally opened as Deli 126 […]

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Mad River Bourbon Featured in Conde Nast Traveler!

Mad River Distillers Bourbon Whiskey Made in…Waitsfield, Vermont “We are lighter than traditional Kentucky bourbons,” says President Mimi Buttenheim, of this northern bourbon that only hit shelves in 2014 but is readily available in New York City now. “I think the bourbon is better, because we have some extreme cold,” she continues. “For only a year old, it has […]

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2017 Press!

4 Ways Rye Whiskey is Going Against the Grain The rye whiskey renaissance has led to a new batch of American distillers breaking established rules and foraging ahead with forward-thinking spirits. BY KARA NEWMAN Wine Enthusiast  Published on February 21, 2017   New England Distillers' Mash Note to Bourbon  Pioneers stake a claim to the […]