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Compass Box No Name No. 3, Michter’s 20 year old, & More

by Emil Darmo on Nov 08, 2021

Compass Box No Name No. 3, Michter’s 20 year old, & More

In our Summer 2021 issue

we featured the rise of heavy metal rock musicians who collaborate with craft distillers to make their own whiskeys. That feature is now online, and as you’ll find, this is more than a case of musicians jumping on the celebrity whisky bandwagon.

In the story, members of Metallica, Slipknot, GWAR, and others explain their motivation for the move from drinking whisky to making it. As for this week’s new whiskies, Michter’s is bringing back its highly coveted 20 year old bourbon, Compass Box closes out its No Name series with its third and final edition, and Blue Run adds a high-rye bourbon to its lineup. Read on for full details.

Michter’s is bringing back its highly coveted 20 year old bourbon

In the story, members of Metallica, Slipknot, GWAR, and others explain their motivation for the move from drinking whisky to making it. As for this week’s new whiskies, Michter’s is bringing back its highly coveted 20 year old bourbon, Compass Box closes out its No Name series with its third and final edition, and Blue Run adds a high-rye bourbon to its lineup. Read on for full details.

Craft distillers to make their own whiskeys

Michter’s is bringing back its highly coveted 20 year old bourbon, Compass Box closes out its No Name series with its third and final edition, and Blue Run adds a high-rye bourbon to its lineup. Read on for full details.Michter’s is bringing back its highly coveted 20 year old bourbon, Compass Box closes out its No Name series with its third and final edition, and Blue Run adds a high-rye bourbon to its lineup. Read on for full details.