TWiB: Redemption Loses Lawsuit To Diageo, Sagamore Spirit Releases A 5YR Bottled in Bond, Kentucky Owl and Barrell Release $500 Bottles



It’s This Week in Bourbon for November 18th 2022. Redemption loses its lawsuit with Diageo and must change bottles. Sagamore spirit releases their own 5 year bottled in bond. Kentucky Owl and Barrell Bourbon are both releasing $500 bottles

Show Notes:

  • Bardstown Bourbon Co will have a new experience in downtown Louisville
  • Pernod Ricard has invested US$22 million to install its first RTD canning line
  • Redemption has been forced to stop bottles after it failed to get Diageo’s injunction order thrown out
  • Nearest Green Distillery has announced that it will add three permanent expressions
  • Sagamore Spirit has released its second annual Sagamore Spirit Bottled in Bond Straight Rye Whiskey
  • Hemingway Rye Whiskey First Edition with the release of the inaugural 972 bottles
  • Blue Run Spirits announces Blue Run Emerald Rye Whiskey
  • Puncher’s Chance announces its oldest whiskey to date with the release of Puncher’s Chance Bourbon: THE LEFT CROSS
  • Stoli Group announces Kentucky Owl Batch #12 and Kentucky Owl Mardi Gras XO Cask Limited Edition
  • Barrell Craft Spirits Announces BCS Gold Label Dovetail
  • @bardstownbourbonco @pernodricard @redemptionwhiskey @diageo @builleit @unclenearest @sagamorespirit @bluerunspirits @puncherschancebourbon @kentuckyowl @barrellbourbon
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4 thoughts on “TWiB: Redemption Loses Lawsuit To Diageo, Sagamore Spirit Releases A 5YR Bottled in Bond, Kentucky Owl and Barrell Release $500 Bottles

  1. I enjoyed listening to your Taylor Swift ticket purchase experience. And you are so super sweet to do that for your wife. God bless you😍

    1. It was a lot of pressure. Considering now that they are no longer doing a general sale since everything was sold during pre-sale.

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