Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn & Flight Club Pick: Scotch Test Dummies Review

Shout-out to our friends at the Scotch Test Dummies, who are fellow Wichitans and whiskey fans.  Yesterday, they released their review of the Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn & Flight Club Pick.  For more information on the barrel selection and our tasting notes, check out our post.

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And if you still haven’t picked up a bottle of the Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn & Flight Club Pick, you better hurry because they are almost gone!

William Larue Weller 2018 Review

William Larue Weller 2018

Better late then never!  As fans of the Buffalo Trace Antique Collection (or, as it is more commonly known as, “BTAC”), we at Flight Club love to hunt down and buy/taste as many of the BTAC releases as we can, as soon after their November nationwide release as possible.  But when one of our perennial favorites – William Larue Weller – doesn’t drop in our market until the following March, our tasting (and review) is a little late to the party.  But to get a chance to taste it, again, better late than never!

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April 2019: A.D. Laws Whiskey

Our April 2019 Tasting Event featured a blind tasting of four bottles from Laws Whiskey House, better known as A.D. Laws. This is our second consecutive blind tasting of Colorado whiskey this year, the previous being Breckenridge Bourbon.

Laws Whiskey House is a distillery located in Denver, Colorado. The vision for the distillery was born in 2006 by a former investment banker, Al Laws. The distillery’s roots are firmly embedded in Colorado, as it sources all of its grains in-state. Its cooperage comes from southeastern Missouri, but every barrel contains whiskey distilled and aged at least 2 years in Denver’s elevated climate.

In 2011, Laws Whiskey House started production. And in 2014, its products started hitting shelves in Colorado. Word spread quickly, and now A.D. Laws bottles are popping up in stores across the country.

We tasted blind samples four A.D. Laws bottles, not knowing what the spirit was, much less the distillery.

A.D. Laws Wheat

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