Then & Now

When Production Fails to Meet Predictions: The Long Tradition of Alcohol Sourcing

Making a great spirit doesn’t require making it yourself. In fact, many exceptional creations come from sourced alcohol, and it’s been that way for a long time.
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The long tradition of alcohol sourcing
Way Back When: Prohibition Repeal
Then & Now

Way Back When: Prohibition Repeal

One signature tore the lid off America – along with its liquor. On December 5th, 1933, with a few flicks of his pen, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed the 21st Amendment that ended Prohibition. As soon as the ban was lifted, liquor legally made its way to drinkers who had grown accustomed to sneaking into speakeasies. Finally, everyday citizens could raise their flagon without ending up in a paddy wagon.

Blind Horse and Wind Farm
Then & Now

What does a blind horse have in common with a wind farm?

Sounds like the set up to a bad joke, right? But it’s not. And the answer is 100% true. Back in 1847, when Rossville Distillery began making whiskey, they used the most modern power source available.
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