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.
Bourbon from Oregon? Can it be as good as Kentucky or Tennessee? Will Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein jump out of the bottle? Only listening to this week's podcast will tell.
For the sixmonthaversary of the Weekly Whisky, we drink Yamazaki 12 year single malt.
We go normcore for this week's podcast: Jack Daniel's Old No.7 Tennessee Whisky & a mystery cocktail.
The podcast crosses the northern border for Canadian Club, insults everyone, and makes a cocktail.
The ghost of George Garvin Brown delivers Old Forester Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whisky for this week's podcast.
We've been pandered to before, but not like this. Jura Brooklyn, Brooklyn Brooklyn, and a mad lib on this week's podcast.
No need to adjust your dial - this week's whisky is named after a year again. James E. Pepper's 1776 Rye is 100 proof, so hold on to yer butts.
Named for the year that Kentucky became a state, 1792 Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey is on the slate for this week's podcast.
Philadelphia: birthplace of the American constitution. Home of broken bells. But is the whisky any good?
Iceland has lots of great things, like hot springs and wild horses. Now they have whisky too!
GREAT ODIN'S RAVEN it's Ron Burgundy's Scotchy Scotch Scotch reserve... scotch this week on the podcast.
We try Bruichladdich's Port Charlotte expression on this week's podcast, and [INFORMATION REDACTED].
Commonly called "the breakfast whisky," Auchentoshan 12 year scotch is the subject of this week's podcast.
I'm on a boat!!! This week's podcast covers Jefferson's Ocean Aged at Sea, which is, well, aged at sea. On a boat.
A special guest opens his home and his liquor cabinet for a blind taste test edition of the Weekly Whisky.