The Weekly Whisky
Summary: The whisky, weekly. Three dudes in Brooklyn drinking whisky, talking about whisky, and writing about whisky. The Weekly Whisky podcast tackles a different bottle each week, everything from Scotch and Irish whiskey to bourbon, Tennessee, rye, Canadian and corn.
Twin Valley is a Maryland microdistillery redefining the term microdistillery - and they may also be redefining corn whisky. We discuss the concept of Schrödinger's still.
On this week's podcast, a generous benefactor has sent us Highland Park's Svein, a liter-sized duty-free single malt from the northernmost distillery in Scotland.
This week's whisky is 100% wheat, 100% from Westchester, New York. Your excellent Weekly Whisky host Evan is from there, too!
New Hampshire isn't a state you normally associate with bourbon. Flag Hill is out to change that. Warning: this podcast has some "singing."
It's the Weekly Whisky's birthday! We got ourselves some Yellow Spot, which is probably the fanciest Irish whiskey we've ever had. Can it live up the the hype?
A guest joins the gang to drink Lagavulin 16, an Islay single malt just a hill over Laphroig. It's all fun and games until the buckets.
We sample not one but two whiskies from the Lake George Distilling Company on this week's podcast: Indian Kettles Smoked corn whisky and Bull Head Bourbon. Will we survive?
We drink The Glenlivet, the number one selling single malt scotch in the universe, and we tell you all about it.
Not to be confused with one of "the Olds," Old Williamsburg No 20 is 101 proof & branded to look like anything but what it is: bourbon from Minnesota. But that doesn't mean it's bad... or does it? Plus we make a cocktail!
Justerini & Brooks, AKA J&B, comes to town on a very special X-mas episode of the Weekly Whisky podcast. Cocktails, caroling, and curses abound!
We drink Maine Craft Distilling's Fifty Stone, a "Highland style" single malt American whisky. What does New England whisky terroir taste like?
The near-ubiquitous Bulleit Rye hits the scene on the podcast. How does it stack up?
Trader Joe's is an American grocery chain that... sells its own 10 year old Highland single malt scotch? Warning: there may be some poor singing on this podcast.
It's a special Thanksgiving podcast! We drink Wild Turkey 101, talk the post office, and Greg even does an accent.
Scoresby: the Internet calls this the worst scotch ever. We investigate - and risk awakening Lovecraftian horrors in the process.