The Spirits Business
St. George distiller Lance Winters and Balcones Distillery’s Chip Tate weigh in on whether there’s any compelling reason to legally define what the term “craft” means.
The Rum Bunch | June 2014
Forbes totally gets it, calling our California agricole “a bold, dramatic, wild ride that exhibits what broader-audience rums suppress: the grassy, herby, liberated-moonshine essence of the cane itself.”
10 Absinthes You Should Be Drinking | June 2014
Our Absinthe Verte was included on Serious Eats’ short list of traditional and new wave absinthes! (Two guesses which camp ours falls into?)
Bartender Picks: The Best Craft Distillers | May 2014
Notable bartenders from across the US call out their favorite boutique distilleries and which specific bottles won them over. Don’t miss the lively Comments section, which is as compelling a read as the article itself.
Absinthe Makes the Heart Grow Fonder | May 2014
The Robb Report’s Vices column gives St. George Absinthe Verte a nod in its rundown of quality brands to seek out.
The Spirits Business
Top 10 Most Pioneering US Craft Distilleries | April 2014
A who’s-who of American craft distilleries, with kudos for St. George Spirits as “a pioneer in the craft distilling movement since its inception in 1982.”
SAN JOSE MERCURY NEWS
St. George Spirits’ New Coffee Liqueur | April 2014
Great review of our NOLA Coffee Liqueur from the Merc: “Divine—deeply, darkly coffee-infused with no cloying overtones.”
The Root of the Matter | April 2014
Tasting Table recommends pairing our new NOLA Coffee Liqueur with Blue Bottle Coffee’s New Orleans Iced Coffee. We’ll drink to that!
The Declaration of Gin-dependence | April 2014
American gin fans, check out GQ Magazine’s revolutionary talk on the new world of gin, including patriotic support for St. George Spirits (“the godfather of West Coast craft distilling”) and our Dry Rye Gin.
(UK friends, keep calm and carry on…)
Los Angeles Times
St. George Spirits’ new NOLA coffee liqueur pays tribute to New Orleans | March 2014
Though the LA Times was reluctant to try our new NOLA Coffee Liqueur, its “fresh and sophisticated” flavor won them over and resulted in this rave review: “It carries the taste of very good dark-roast coffee to an absurd length. By that I mean the taste of coffee lingers on the palate, along with notes of hazelnut and the earthy bitterness of chicory.”