How much can one man influence an entire industry? Jim Murray, the infamous whiskey reviewer, released his annual Whiskey Bible in early October, and the whiskey world once again shifted at his bidding. Murray crowned a $45 bottle of bourbon as the whiskey of the year, and his brown liquid of choice is bringing an extended amount of attention to bourbon. In honor of the whiskey of the year, we curated a selection of bourbon news and guides to help you learn more about that delicious juice.
Go Buy This $45 Bottle of Bourbon Before It Sells Out Everywhere
The 16th edition of Jim Murray's Whisky Bible names a strikingly available bourbon the best of the best.
These Are the Best Bourbons of the Year, According to the World’s Leading Whiskey Expert
The most-read whiskey critic in the world on the best bourbons of the year.
How to Talk Bourbon: 11 Slang Terms Every Wannabe Expert Should Know
Our guide to bourbon terms covers everything you need to know to sound like a bourbon bro.
The Best Whiskey Glasses to Pair with Your Favorite Bourbon or Scotch
These whiskey glasses do what you need them to, and they won’t cramp your style along the way.
If You Love Bourbon, You’ll Love the 2019 Bourbon County Stout Lineup
Goose Island's 2019 Bourbon County Stout lineup will include beers aged in Heaven Hill, Buffalo Trace and Wild Turkey barrels.
The 18 Best Bourbon Whiskeys You Can Buy in 2020
Everything you ever wanted to know about America's favorite brown spirit, including, of course, the best bottles you can actually buy.
The Complete Guide to Pappy Van Winkle Bourbon Whiskey: Hype and History Explained
Why Pappy's famous, how to get it, how much you'll have to pay & more.
The Complete Buying Guide to Buffalo Trace Whiskey: Important Brands and Bottles Explained
From Pappy Van Winkle to dirt cheap cocktail whiskey, here's everything you need to know about America's most-awarded whiskey makers.
Forget Pappy Van Winkle. This Is the Bourbon Every Whiskey Geek Wants This Year
Get your gloves out. The whiskey world will be fighting over the new W.L. Weller bottles from Buffalo Trace Distillery.