Robb Report

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America’s great failure of a temperance movement—Prohibition—might have had only a 13-year run, but for Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co., the barren spell lasted 98 years. The Taylor family’s very first bourbon went into barrel in 1889, under Distilled Spirits Plant number … Read More

BourbonBlog

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This Triple Oak Peerless Rye Whiskey Single Barrel is a welcomed and delicious anomaly as it was barreled in three different barrels. This wasn’t by strategic intention but instead was due to necessity. Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co.’s Head Distiller Kaleb … Read More

Garden and Gun

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New Whiskies Worth a Place on Your Bar Bill Thomas, owner of Washington, D.C.’s Jack Rose Dining Saloon and a World Whiskey Awards judge, on four small bourbon, rye, and whiskey distillers to try Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. is an ideal … Read More

Tariffs & craft distillers

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“Tariffs have been very bad for American whiskey, especially for the craft distillers,” Fred Minnick, Editor-in-Chief of Bourbon Plus Magazine, said. “In Europe, their distributors won’t even take phone calls from American craft distillers anymore because they can’t recoup the … Read More

Triple Oak Release

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Friday, December 7th Join us for the release of Peerless Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey Single Barrel Triple Oak at the distillery. Tour and taste from 10a.m. to 5p.m. Head Distiller, Caleb Kilburn, Nick Klee and Cordell Lawrence discuss today’s special … Read More

True Stories of Whiskey

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True Stories of Whiskey, War and Military Service. The men behind iconic brands share much more than just great taste in whiskey — they share stories of service and sacrifice for country. Enjoy tastings of Pappy Van Winkle and Kentucky … Read More

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