Dingle Whiskey: Oliver's Dream Realized (Episode 768: May 19, 2019)

Oliver Hughes and his partners in Ireland's Porterhouse Group opened Dingle Distillery in late 2012, just as the Irish craft distilling boom was beginning. Dingle was Ireland's first new distillery in


Drug War, Alabama, GoT and Putin's Double Hat Trick

Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to review George Dickel 12 Tennessee Whisky and talk about the Mexican Government's proposal to change the War on Drugs; a police shooting in Texas;


WhistlePig Rye: Moving On Without the Master (WhiskyCast Episode 767: May 12, 2019)

Of all the craft distilleries Dave Pickerell worked with before his sudden death last November, none was more identified with him than Vermont's WhistlePig Rye. He was there at WhistlePig's founding w


NRA, Kim Kardashian, Nick DiPaulo and Meghan McCain

Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss new NRA President Carolyn Meadows' comments regarding Congresswoman Lucy Mc Bath. The mayoral situation in Port Richey, Florida is a mess


Episode 149

I'm flying solo with my guests, Breanna Cecile and Matt Allex, today as we sample yet another Game of Thrones bottle, Oban Bay Reserve, as well as an oddity I found tucked away in a small liquor store


Poking the Bourbon Bear (Episode 766: May 5, 2019)

Let's face it. When you think of American Whiskey, Bourbon is probably top of mind. After all, Congress declared it America's Native Spirit 55 years ago. It wasn't always that way, and people headin


Barr, Game of Thrones and RIP John Singleton

Steve calls in from his vacation in Mexico to talk about AG William Barr and his appearance before the Senate and disappearance in front of the House. Alec Baldwin makes some misguided comments about


130: The Gordons Join the Podcast!

Distillery Manager Gordon Bruce and Brand Ambassador Gordon Stevenson. We talk about anCnoc, Balblair and Old Pulteney, whisky making culture, and there are some swears! Follow Jamie


A New Generation at Michter's (Episode 765: April 28, 2019)

Pam Heilmann's been making Bourbon for her entire career, but it was only in the last three years that she had the title of Master Distiller after she succeeded Willie Pratt at Michter's Distillery in


Biden, Trump, Baltimore and Murder Birds

Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss Joe Biden joining the Democratic field of candidates and immediately sparring with Trump through the media (including the debate over Robe


Knockin' Around with Knockdhu's Gordon Bruce (Episode 764: April 21, 2019)

The farming village of Knockdhu has 29 residents, 17 dogs, a bunch of sheep and cattle...and one distillery. Gordon Bruce has called Knockdhu home since 2006 as the manager of Knockdhu Distillery, the


Whiskey, Mueller, Trump and Notre Dame

Steve and Jim are together in the Cleveland Studio to discuss their takes on the Mueller report (based on what we have read), Laura Ingrham laughing at the murder of Nipsey Hussle, Notre Dame Cathedra


Good Friends and a Dram of Whisky!

Lew Bryson and Martin Duffy take their whisky not much else! When they joined us at the recent American Whiskey Convention in Philadelphia, the laughter was a perfect complement to ser


Pence vs Buttegieg, Assange, Candace and some Trump

This one got a little heated at times folks. Steve and Jim talk about the Trump comments about shipping border detainees to sanctuary cities, Mike Pence and Pete Buttigieg wage a holy


129: The Evolving Story of Beam Suntory

Between Legent and Suntory Ao, Beam Suntory is releasing products not seen before from the company. Ray Daniel, brand ambassador, joins us to talk about the whisky coming out, and the life of a brand


Writing a New Chapter in Whisky History

Lindores Abbey has a unique place in whisky history, thanks to Friar John Cor and the aqua vitaehe distilled for the King in 1494. Gary Haggart has a direct link to the Friar as the first distillery m


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