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McClintock Distilling Company, Bill Varnell’s Visit

by Bill Varnellon December 9, 2018
Bill writes- This past weekend I attended McClintock Distilling Company’s second anniversary and bourbon release party in Frederick, Maryland.  I found this craft distillery to be unique, and had a very pleasant visit. It is McClintock’s mission “To embody the innovative and creative spirit of McClintock Young and never settle for the industry standard for […]

What is Maryland Rye?

by TW Wrighton February 25, 2018
  What is Maryland Rye? By TW Wright Since the beginning of the Colonial days in America, Marylanders were trailblazing what would become the state’s signature style of rye whiskey.  In the decades leading up to Prohibition, Maryland along with Pennsylvania and Kentucky, were leading the nation in the production of distilled spirits, and the […]

Styles of Rock & Styles of Rye

by TW Wrighton February 6, 2018
Styles of Rock & Styles of Rye By TW Wright Some friends from work and I were heading out to lunch when one volunteered to drive so he could show off his new custom car stereo.  As we were climbing in he asked me, “What kind of music do you like?” “Rock,” was my one-word […]
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Pikesville Rye

Pikesville Rye

by Andrew Owenon February 1, 2018
Pikesville Rye is another resurrected rye whiskey label that began in the American Northeast before the old rye industry gradually died out and had the nails hammered into its coffin by Prohibition.  Pikesville was originally produced in Maryland – the other rye whiskey powerhouse state along with Pennsylvania.  It was first produced in 1895, and […]