Monthly Archives: July 2013
Glenmorangie is a highland distillery with a wide range of whiskies. They tout their uniqueness behind having the tallest stills in Scotland, which are said to create a very light, ethereal and delicate whisky. They are also one of the first … Continue reading
Since learning that Buffalo would soon have its first working distillery since prohibition -and that we’d soon be able to enjoy spirits and whiskey made in our own hometown, BWG has been overflowing with joy. Lockhouse Distillery is located off … Continue reading
Van Winkle Family Reserve Rye 13-Yr.
Prior to Prohibition, rye whiskey was the number one preferred whiskey in the U.S. and straight American rye, not to be confused with Canadian rye whisky, has been making a bit of a comeback these last few years. Recently an … Continue reading
Blood Orange Pale Ale
Over the 4th of July holiday weekend, BWG made an excursion out to New York City in hopes of discovering some new whiskey and beer. We stumbled upon a curious looking local brew boldly titled Blood Orange Pale Ale. Normally, … Continue reading