Long before Americans started distilling from corn, rye was the most common grain for making whiskey. Since rye grows well in otherwise poor soils, and since many eastern European immigrants were already familiar with cultivating it, the natural progression was to turn...

Although this whiskey from Koenig Distillery in Caldwell, Idaho, is billed as an “Idaho whiskey,” the actual distillate appears to be sourced from outside the state and then cut to bottling proof with water from the eponymous mountain range.

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