Lie to Me: Is Your Favorite Bourbon Crafted or Sourced?
Paste Magazine's Graham Averill exposes more of the activity behind the scenes in some of your favorite craft whiskey brands. Catoctin Creek gets a nice mention in the last paragraph:
Catoctin Creek produces a number of products out of their Virginia distillery, from a white whiskey to brandy to gin, but it’s the Roundstone Rye that you should be looking for. This rye has been lauded by every whiskey critic, from [Jim] Murray to the Washington Post, and for good reason—the 100% rye is aged for just under two years but still manages to hit all of the caramel, woody and spice high notes you expect from a rye. We tasted Catoctin Creek’s standard 80-proof rye, but they also make 92-proof and 116-proof versions.
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