In order to make the whiskey, County Seat has taken Steal Your Face Stout and distilled it into a rich malt whiskey that they then aged for fourteen months.
Manatawny Still Works released its flagship aged Keystone Whiskey back in May of 2016 and now the Pottstown, PA based distillery is happy that the spirit is being carried in the state’s Fine Wine & Good Spirits shops.
A current search of the state’s system finds Keystone Whiskey in 27 stores, most located in and around Philadelphia. Expect more stores to get shipments in the coming weeks.
On Friday, February 17th, Wigle Whiskey is bringing back its AFTERGLOW seasonal ginger whiskey. The whiskey was developed in collaboration with Chatham University’s Food Studies Program and is made with baby ginger grown and Chatham’s Eden Hall Farm.
The ginger is lightly roasted and then soaked in four-grain whiskey for 5 days. After the steeping, Wigle mixes in some organic brown sugar and bottles it at 82-proof.
Boardroom Spirits out of Lansdale, PA is teasing out a new product release via Instagram. The graphic includes a fresh piece of ginger and the date of Friday, February 3rd.
Reliable sources tell Pennsy Local that Boardroom is preparing to release a flavored vodka made with fresh ginger. The potent potable will certainly make a Moscow Mule pop.
Mark your calendars now.
Philly.com has more on the collaboration between New Liberty Distilling and Quaker City Mercantile. The coupling will mean new products every 30 to 60 days and big changes to Quaker City’s Art in the Age Store in the Old City section of Philadelphia.
The retail store will be remade into a liquor-heavy tasting room and destination shop for home bars. Look for the tasting room changes to roll out in March or April.
Philadelphia Distilling has been moving towards its opening date of its Fishtown distillery for a long while now. But the maker of Bluecoat Gin has announced that its going to open on Sunday, February 19th with an official ribbon cutting will happen on Monday, February 20th, Presidents’ Day.
Tours of the the distillery, which is the latest attraction of the Fillmore entertainment complex are set to begin on Thursday, February 23rd.
According to Wigle, the whiskey is inspired by “Four Season’s use of Belgian-style malts and yeast. Old Sap is distilled from malt and maple syrup before aging the spirit for more than two years.
Big news out of Philadelphia today. New Liberty Distilling is now working with Quaker City Mercantile, the agency that has repeatedly struck spirits gold with branding work for Hendrick’s Gin, Sailor Jerry Rum and Art in the Age spirits.
If you’ve been following Robert Cassell’s New Liberty Distilling, you’ve seen the results of the branding work on New Liberty’s Social Media channels. The look is very much in keeping with QCM’s other work.
On Saturday, February 4th, Cooper River Distillers in Camden, NJ will be releasing batch 1 of their Garden State Bourbon Whiskey.
The bourbon is made from corn and rye sourced from farms in South Jersey. The release will be accompanied by food trucks, live music and more fun.