The post-Prohibition era was very, very good for a very, very small number of people. If you had pushed your way through the 1920s with a toe still dipped in the legal liquor business—by managing, for example, to secure one of the small number of ‘medicinal spirits’ licenses available—you might be one of the lucky […]
The Taft Decision: What is Whiskey, Anyway?
The battle over what could be called “whiskey” and what was just an imitation. Because really, who’s going to buy something labeled “imitation?”
A Brief History of “Bottled In Bond”
Ensuring that the only chemicals in our whiskey are the ones we’re looking for