Chattanooga Whiskey Co.’s “Vote Whiskey” Campaign Brings Whiskey Back Home

The Chattanooga Whiskey Co. rewrote century-old laws with their Vote Whiskey campaign to be able to distill Whiskey in their hometown. Pre-Prohibition, Chattanooga, Tennessee, was once one of the largest Whiskey-distilling cities in the nation with more than 30 distilleries in Chattanooga’s downtown area from 1866–1915.  Although Prohibition was repealed in 1933, until 2009 only…

95 Years Later – Kansas City Whiskey is Back

Prior to the onset of federal Prohibition in 1920, J. Rieger & Co. was the largest mail-order Whiskey house in the United States. Now the company is back in Kansas City offering Kansas City Whiskey, Midwestern Premium Vodka, Midwestern Dry Gin, Left For Dead, and Caffè Amaro, in addition to distilling Rye and Bourbon Whiskey…