Brown Forman released Woodford Reserve 1838 Sweet Mash Whiskey.
The significance of this is that the process used to make this new bourbon hasn’t been used commercially since before Prohibition. The bourbon we all know and love is “sour mash.”
In very basic terms, “mash” is the mixture of fermented grain and water used in making bourbon.
The sour-mash method involves holding back mash from one fermentation to use it in the next batch to … Read more