An ISC Visit to Limestone Branch Distillery

Chad Spalding recently stopped by Limestone Branch Distillery, which is located right down the road from our Kentucky Cooperage in Lebanon, Kentucky, to catch-up with Lead Distiller Eric Downs.

A Visit to Lux Row Distillery

A Visit to Lux Row Distillerswith Chad Spalding, ISC barrels Account ManagerIt’s always a pleasure to visit customers at their distilleries. It’s fun to catch-up and take a look at their current projects. Chad Spalding recently did just that at Lux Row Distillers in Bardstown, Kentucky with Master Distiller John …

Q&A with Angel’s Envy

ISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding recently caught up with the Distillery Manager at Angel’s Envy, Kyle Henderson.

Q&A with High West Distillery

ISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding recently visited Isaac Winter, the Blending and Distilling Manager at High West Distillery.

An Interview with WhistlePig Whiskey

ISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding recently (virtually) caught up with the Master Blender at WhistlePig, Pete Lynch. Listen to their discussion of how Pete uses our ISC Barrels to craft WhistlePig Whiskey.

An Interview with Rob Arnold of TX Whiskey

An Interview with Rob Arnold of TX WhiskeyISC Barrels Account Manager Chad Spalding recently (virtually) caught up with the Master Distiller at TX Whiskey, Rob Arnold. Listen to their discussion of how Rob uses our ISC Barrels to craft TX Whiskey. Chad Spalding, ISC BarrelsRob Arnold, TX WhiskeyAre you somewhere …

Crafting Mash Tun Fermentation Barrels for George Washington’s Distillery at Mount Vernon

Crafting Mash Tun Fermentation Barrels for George Washington’s Distillery at Mount VernonThe rich history of bourbon is part of what makes it so alluring. Ask any bourbon aficionado and they’ll tell you a detailed account of their favorite brand – when it was founded, where the original distillery was located, …

Q&A with Four Roses Master Distiller

A few months ago Chad visited Four Roses and had the chance to chat with Brent Elliott, Master Distiller.

Brent tells Chad how he was inspired to join the spirits industry and his journey to becoming Master Distiller at Four Roses.

Q&A with Six Mile Creek

Chad recently traveled to Pleasureville, KY to sit down with Ken Pierce, Master Distiller at Six Mile Creek Distillery for an interview.

Q&A with Still 630

While in Missouri recently Chad had the opportunity to visit Dave Weglarz at Still 630 in St. Louis. During his time there he sat down for a Q&A with Dave. Learn how Dave started Still 630 and his favorite part about the growing spirits industry in Missouri and being a Master Distiller.

Q&A with O.Z. Tyler Distillery

Chad Spalding, ISC Barrels Account Manager, sits down for another Q&A with a Master Distiller. This time he visited Jacob Call at O.Z. Tyler Distillery in Owensboro, KY.

Q&A with Wood Hat Spirits

ISC Barrel Account Manager, Chad Spalding, recently visited Missouri and talked with Wood Hat Spirits’ Master Distiller Gary Hinegardner.

Q&A with Chattanooga Whiskey

ISC Barrel Account Manager, Chad Spalding, recently visited Tennessee and talked with Grant McCracken, Chattanooga Whiskey Master Distiller.

Q&A Prichard’s Distillery

ISC Barrel Account Manager, Chad Spalding, recently visited Kelso, Tennessee and talked with Phil Prichard, Prichard’s Distillery Master Distiller.

Q&A Woodinville Whiskey

Q&A: Woodinville Whiskey Co-Owner & Head Distiller Brett CarlileISC Barrel Account Manager, Chad Spalding, recently visited Woodinville, Washington and talked with Brett Carlile, Woodinville Whiskey Co-Owner and Head Distiller. Chad gets some great insight from Brett on starting a distillery to make bourbon in the Seattle area, what’s changed since …

Q&A: Wilderness Trail Distillery

ISC Barrel Account Manager, Chad Spalding, recently sat down with the Wilderness Trail Distillery Owners Shane Baker and Pat Heist.

Chad gets some great insight from Shane and Pat on how they met and started their distillery. Plus, get some insight on their favorite cocktails and what they would do if they weren’t distillers.