If (like me) you’ve only ever heard the word “growler” used as vernacular for something which shouldn’t really be mentioned on a safe-for-work website like Silodrome, you may be a little confused as to what a beer growler is. I certainly was. As it happens, the word “growler” was originally used…
Half Moon Orchard Gin is a recent creation from the distillers over at Tuthilltown Spirits, it’s an interesting spirit with a base of near neutral spirit from both wheat and Hudson Valley apples.
Bulleit Rye Whiskey is a relatively new offering from the bourbon distillers at Bulleit – unlike the corn-based nature of bourbon this rye is created from a 95% rye and 5% malted barley blend giving it a cherry, tobacco, spice nose and and a series of flavours like tobacco, vanilla, cherry and malt.
George T. Stagg is a very limited-production bourbon created by the Buffalo Trace Distillery, it’s part of the distillery’s ‘Antique Collection’ series and is world-famous for its rather rocket-fuelly 70+% alcohol rating.
This grilling kit by Cuisinart is designed for the slightly more discerning BBQ chef, each item is made from forged stainless steel with the handles being handcrafted from Pakka Wood.
The Stella Lucido Stovetop Espresso Maker is a classic alternative to the espresso machine or french press, a stovetop espresso maker is an essential element in the kitchen of any coffee lover…
Craft spirits are an intriguing thing, they’re made in very small batches and this allows the distiller to take risks and be creative. Now, creativity isn’t always a good thing. Look at the music created by Yoko Ono for example.