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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 wonderful color and exceptional smoothness. It plays well in an Old Fashioned, but is truly great in a Julep.”


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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.
Wine Enthusiast 
Published on February 21, 2017


New England Distillers’ Mash Note to Bourbon 
Pioneers stake a claim to the Kentucky-born classic, but going against the grain has its challenges

BY TOM ACITELLI / PHOTOS MICHAEL PIAZZA, To Market Magazine, February 2017

“If you don’t want to taste the grain in the spirit you’re drinking, then drink vodka.” That is Brett Little, co-founder and distiller at Mad River Distillers in Warren, Vermont, a little outside of Burlington.


How Two Back Bay Entrepreneurs Founded a Thriving Distillery (& a Must-Sip Cocktail Recipe  
By Sara Cornell | March 2, 2017 | Food & Drink

Artisanal rum and whiskey whisked one Boston power couple away to…Vermont?