In which Lance Winters of St. George Spirits analyzes the list of ingredients prohibited as alcoholic beverage adulterants in Florida that are the subject of a lawsuit.
A look at two books that discuss how the courts addressed alcohol and how laws around whiskey impacted America.
A lot of bits and bites of information about bittering agents used in vermouths and aperitivo bitters from some people who know a lot about them.
Is, or was, Directional Freezing a patentable process for making clear ice? That question was proposed on a trademark class exam this winter.
I thought that "blended" and "straight" whiskey were at odds with each other, as blended whiskeys must contain at least 20% straight whiskeys in their blend. So I looked it up.
Depending on where in the world you live, Campari is sold at different levels of alcohol and colored and labelled differently. Here's a look at a few bottles from around the world.
Should you distill a whisky in Scotland and export it for additional aging it is no longer scotch whisky. Here are a couple of new products that do just that.