Journeyman Whiskey Reviews – A recipe for something different.

Just over a week ago, I had the good fortune of finding myself with a free Sunday afternoon in southwest Michigan.  With a quick google search, I knew exactly how I would kill that time:  a tour of the Journeyman Distillery in Three Oaks, Michigan.

Journeyman Distillery Tour

While there, I picked up a few bottles that are reviewed below.  But first, a little bit about Journeyman.

Continue reading “Journeyman Whiskey Reviews – A recipe for something different.”

Scott Hill

Scott is a co-founder of Flight Club and a frequent writer and reviewer on the Club’s blog.

Knob Creek Single Barrel Rye Selected by Flight Club “Tom’s Handey Rye” Review

Knob Creek Single Barrel Rye store picks are the next novelty in the Knob Creek lineup. Similar to Knob Creek Single Barrel Bourbon store picks, each of the Knob Creek Single Barrel Rye store picks are bottled from a single barrel selected by a particular retailer.

Knob Creek Single Barrel Rye

Continue reading “Knob Creek Single Barrel Rye Selected by Flight Club “Tom’s Handey Rye” Review”

Gentlemen devoted to the finest.

Mic. Drop. Bourbon Review

Mic Drop Bourbon

Mic  Drop is a 8 year old barrel proof bourbon released by PM Spirits out of Brooklyn, New York.  The bourbon is sourced from MGP using 75% corn, 21% rye and 4% malted barley.  It is bottled by PM Spirits at 112 proof.  It is their first bourbon release.

Continue reading “Mic. Drop. Bourbon Review”

Scott Hill

Scott is a co-founder of Flight Club and a frequent writer and reviewer on the Club’s blog.

Barrell Infinite Barrel Project (May 9, 2018, 119.3 proof) Review

Barrell Infinite

This past spring, Barrell Craft Spirits introduced a new product to the market.  That product was not just new to Barrell, it was new to the whiskey industry, at least commercially.   It is the Barrell Infinite Barrel Project.  Barrell took a number of different barrels (more on what these are in a moment) and blended them together.  After some time marrying, Barrell then took a percentage of that blend and bottled it.  It then replaced what it removed with additional barrels of whiskey.  Rinse and repeat.  Assuming Barrell does keep adding the same ratio of whiskey components as the first batch, the result is an ever changing whiskey experience.

Continue reading “Barrell Infinite Barrel Project (May 9, 2018, 119.3 proof) Review”

Scott Hill

Scott is a co-founder of Flight Club and a frequent writer and reviewer on the Club’s blog.