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OUR LATEST PICK
Wild Turkey 9 Year Bourbon

"The Hot Pickle"

Beast Masters Club Exclusive
Russell’s Reserve Private Barrel Bourbon
Distilled on New Year’s Eve 2007
Aged 9 Years in Warehouse G, 6th Floor
110 Proof

 

Of the dozens of bourbons that Beast Masters Club tasted in Kentucky this spring, this private barrel of Wild Turkey is the one we’ve been dreaming about since we got back.  

Second generation Wild Turkey Master Distiller Eddie Russell took us to his oldest rickhouse, built in 1890, to choose our Russell’s Reserve private barrel. Eddie told us that his winter distillations were usually special, and that Warehouse G had recently produced some superb barrels. Not surprisingly, after tasting a dozen different casks we ended up with a Warehouse G barrel distilled on New Year’s Eve 2007. 

 

 

BEAST MASTERS PODCAST

  Episode 23: Ned Wight of New England Distilling - Vacation Edition

 

The Beast Masters drop in on Ned Wight at New England Distilling in Portland, ME for a “North of the Wall" vacation podcast between Lobstah rolls and steamahs.

 
 

We could not have asked for a warmer welcome from a nicer guy. Ned took us deep behind the scenes of his distillery and delves into the real nitty gritty of his craft, methods and practices and then treated us to a great little tasting and debrief.

New England Distilling is a true craft endeavor and a real passion project. Ned and his crew are in this to make excellent, unique and interesting spirits and I think we can say they’ve got some great things happening. This is one of the more in depth discussions about the art of distilling that we’ve had yet on the podcast.  Tons of information here for the true whiskey freaks. Pick up some of Ned’s Gunpowder Rye, Eight Bells Rum, or Ingenium Gin (he’s got a bourbon but it all sold out locally) and sip along with us.