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Tag Archives: Evan Williams Single Barrel

The Great Beer and Whiskey Brother’s Single Barrel Showdown: And the Winner Is…

Well, this has taken me far longer than I anticipated, but at last I have found the winner of our first ever Single Barrel Showdown.  I left off in the middle of round two, with one challenge left.  That was the upstart new single barrel bourbon from Beam, Knob Creek Single Barrel Reserve vs. Evan […]

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Evan William’s Single Barrel v Eagle Rare 10 year SB: The Battle Rages

This battle pits Evan Williams Single Barrel against Eagle Rare 10 year Single Barrel.  The Evan Williams is aged about 9 years and is 86.6 proof, and the Eagle Rare is a 10 year old, and weighs in at 90 proof.  I wasn’t very excited about this match up to begin with, and now I […]

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Single Barrel Whiskey

Over the past couple of decades there has been a lot of innovation in the whiskey industry.  One particular type of “innovation” took whiskey back to its roots and allowed for a pure form of whiskey to come back into the market.  The “single barrel” whiskey is how whiskey used to be.  They’d distill it, […]

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Evan Williams Single Barrel: Thin Is In!

I seem to have this problem with single barrel whiskeys, they seem thin to me.  I’ve talked about it before, here and in the online bourbon forums.  If a bourbon is taken from a single barrel it tends to be incomplete.  I think small batch is a much better way to go if you are […]

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FREAKY FRIDAY! Whatcha Drinkin?

So it is Friday once again, and it has been a busy week here at Beer and Whiskey Brothers.  We’ve been traveling and setting up new adventures in home brewing.  This is the last weekend for the Olympics for the next two years, four if you only watch the winter games.  I have my youngest […]

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