Greetings and salutations spirits enthusiast! In the lead up to the 2016 WOW Expos in Austin, Houston and Atlanta we’d like to showcase the tantalizing wares of our sponsors.
Foley Family Wines
Collier & Mckeel Tennessee Whiskey, Charles Goodnight Bourbon Whiskey
Foley Family Wines produces a number of distilled spirits including Collier And McKeel Tennessee Whiskey named in honor of William Collier and James McKeel . Collier and McKeel arrived in Tennessee in the late 1790’s and established a tradition of hand crafted spirits along the creeks of middle Tennessee. This small batch Tennessee Whiskey honors all who continue to refine the craft.
Ironroot Harbinger Bourbon, Ironroot Hubris Corn Whiskey
Founded by brothers Robert and Jonathan Likarish and fueled by their collective passions, Ironroot Republic’s innovative spirits are sophisticated, modern, and crafted to pay tribute to their Texas roots. They recently unveiled their Harbinger Bourbon and Hurbris Corn Whiskey expressions to the public.
Alamo Premium Distillers
Texas Craft Whiskey
Alamo Premium Distillery is the proud maker of Texas Rum, Texas Moonshine and Texas Craft Whiskey. These premium spirits are distilled deep in the heart of Texas in San Antonio. We know you will love their flavor and smoothness.
Trinchero Family Estates
Family owned and operated in the heart of Napa Valley since 1948, Trinchero Family Estates is a worldwide leader in the wine industry, with more than 45 acclaimed wine and spirits brands and a global presence in nearly 50 countries. Their first release of Amador Whiskey was crafted by the Charbay® Distillery Master Distillers Miles and Marko Karakasevic.
Old Pulteney, Balblair
Since 1826, the Pulteney Distillery in Wick has crafted a Single Malt Scotch Whisky that is the essence of its remarkable location. In the very far north of Scotland, by Wick’s historic harbor, the quietly maturing spirit lies in hand-selected oak casks, slowly capturing the unique character of this stunning landscape with its long seafaring history.
Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky distiller Balblair made its home in the ancient village of Edderton, near Train, on the coast of Dornoch Firth. Established in 1790, Balblair is one of the oldest distilleries in Scotland and the oldest working distillery in the Highlands.
Kirkland Blended Whiskies
As an independent bottler selecting and bottling unique, rare Scotch whiskies from established and sought-after distilleries for over a decade, Alexander Murray is on an unwavering quest to find extraordinary whiskies. Kirkland/Costco has entrusted them with their in-store brand of blended whisky.
Balcones Texas Single Malt Whisky
A few years ago Balcones was little more than an idea fueled by a ruthless drive to create something new, something genuine, something worthwhile – a Texas whisky tradition. It all started with an old welding shop under a bridge. They hammered and welded their own stills and sawed and nailed on that little shack to build the distillery that in use to this day. Since then, they have released ten unique whiskies and spirits and won over 140 national and international awards from the world’s top judges and critics.
Bowmore, Laphroaig, Glen Garioch, Auchentoshan, Tyrconnell Single Malt, Jim Beam Bourbon, Knob Creek Bourbon
As the world’s #3 premium spirits company, Beam Suntory is crafting the spirits that stir the world. Owned by Suntory Holdings Limited, Beam Suntory has a dynamic portfolio with unparalleled expertise in both Japanese and Scottish whisky. The partnership of East meets West strengthens their core group of Scottish distilleries including Bowmore, Laphroaig, Glen Garioch and Auchentoshan. Meanwhile the Beam Suntory portfolio of American Whiskey has been awarded multiple medals at the 2016 International Wine & Spirit Competition. The most prestigious honors were awarded to Jim Beam Black® Bourbon and Knob Creek® Rye Whiskey, which received the Bourbon Trophy and Worldwide Whiskey Trophy in their respective categories. As the highest of accolades in the IWSC, trophies are presented to only one product per category each year.