TWiB: Israeli Distillery Makes Bourbon-Style Whiskey, PLCB Execs Get Leftover Pappy Lottery Bottles, Goose Island Bourbon County Stout Has 7 Variants



It’s This Week in Bourbon for August 5th 2022. An Israeli distillery makes country’s first Kentucky bourbon-style whiskey. Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board members are investigated after buying leftover Pappy lottery bottles. Goose Island Bourbon County Stout announces 7 variants for this year’s release.

Show Notes:

  • The silent auction for Eastern Kentucky flood victims starts Aug 11th
  • An Israeli distillery makes country’s first Kentucky bourbon-style whiskey
  • Jim Beam has revealed plans to invest more than US$400 million to expand the Booker Noe Distillery
  • TTB proposes to include “American single malt whisky” as a distinctive product of the United States
  • Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board members are investigated after buying leftover Pappy lottery bottles
  • Buzzard’s Roost Whiskey is celebrating its third anniversary with a pair of new bourbon releases
  • Lux Row announced Daviess County Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Finished in Lightly Toasted American Oak Barrels
  • American Mash & Grain releases Borrowed Page Volume 1
  • Barrell Craft Spirits releases BCS Gray Label Dovetail
  • Goose Island Bourbon County Stout announces 7 variants for this year’s release
  • @fredminnick @jimbeam @buzardsroostwhiskey @daveisscountybourbon @barrellbourbon @gooseisland @mashngrain
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