Cocktails aren’t our favorite thing, but we’re a sucker for a well-made Boulevardier, which is basically a Negroni with whiskey instead of gin. The Manual’s Taylor Tobin canvases U.S. bartenders to round up the 10 best whiskies for this Prohibition-era standard.
Now that Big Whiskey has swallowed up just about everything you thought was a mom-and-pop shop, it’s time for some detective work. At Uproxx, editor Steve Bramucci enlists writers Zach Johnson and Christopher Osburn to suss out the top independent U.S. whiskies.
A couple of years ago we saw Bob Dylan play. As the rumpled music legend and his ace band ripped through barely recognizable takes on his own classics, plus old-school standards, he didn’t say a word. Really, Bob? OK, you’re still the greatest songwriter of the 20th century, with a Nobel Prize in Literature to boot, even if you couldn’t be bothered to pick up your award.