Looking for reviews of your favorite whiskey glass? How about ice ball makers? Aging masts? Home whiskey barrels? Home bar mini-projects? We’ve got you covered! From barware to product tests, this is your spot!
What do you need for a home cocktail bar? Timothy Van Riper sets forth the must-haves.
Want to know how to turn a bourbon barrel into a pub table? Check it out!
This recall involves 8 oz. Bourbon Taster Glasses. The glasses are made of clear, colorless glass and measure about 3 7/8 inches tall. The glasses have one of three logos laser-etched on the bottom of the glass: “Kentucky Bourbon Trail,” “Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tours” or “SIV”. The glasses were sold in boxed sets of four glasses and also sold individually.
Mark of foosballzone.com offers a selection of great holiday gifts for the beer lover in your life.
ModernThirst experiments with using a wax seal on long-term storage sample bottles of bourbon and whiskey. Photos included.
ModernThirst reviews a new whiskey chilling product.
Ever wondered where to get those little glass bottles everyone seems to be using to store and trade whiskey samples? Here’s our quick run down on standard bourbon & whiskey sample bottles with purchase links.
ModernThirst’s 2015 holiday gift guide for the bourbon and whiskey lover.
ModernThirst’s 60-day update on our product test of Beyond barrels Bottle Aging Staves.
In terms of barware, no question is posed to us here at ModernThirst more than those regarding our opinions on whiskey stones, ice spheres, and ice cubes. So it fits in nicely that we were approached about trying out a couple of products from Practico Kitchen, including the PractiCube ice tray and the IceCubby Ice Sphere storage tray.
We were sent test units of each and we promised to give our unbiased opinion.