GENUINE REACTIONS TO OUR

GENUINE RYE WHISKEY.

Dad’s Hat is really garnering some serious notice these days as we’ve added another first to our list of accomplishments, taking home our very first Good Food Award. The prestigious distinction recognizes Dad’s Hat Pennsylvania Rye for its superior taste, craftsmanship and sustainable practices.

“Rich, dense whiskey with a powerful rye character and a long, silky finish. One of the best cask finished American whiskies we’ve tried.”

CHAMBER STREET WINES | Spirits Seller

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“Light, clean, with gentle vanilla and plenty of pure rye flavor, Dad’s Hat is one of the few new, small production whiskies that delivers value as well as quality.”

MARKETVIEW LIQUOR | Spirits Seller

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“Dad’s Hat is giving that (Monongahela rye) style a resurgence. The bright and fruity scent mixes vanilla and tropical fruit. The flavor also has a funky edge, like overripe bananas and honey, finishing with sparks of spicy ginger. Silky texture.”

Kara Newman  WINE ENTHUSIAST MAGAZINE | Spirits Critic

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“Plenty of brash grain influence remains in this whiskey… so much character can be found once you push into the spirit.”

Christopher Null  DRINKHACKER.COM | Spirits Critic

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“Artfully blended to show rounded hints of cinnamon, dried fruits, nuts and candied apple… a rye that shouldn’t be fussed with in overly complicated cocktails. Just a little ice – and a taste for local liquor history – will do.”

Craig LaBan  PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER | Food & Spirits Critic

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“What I liked about it immediately was its pure rye flavor, the way the wood and spice tempered the alcohol without overpowering the inherent grain…”

David Driscoll  K&L WINE MERCHANTS | Wine & Spirits Blogger

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“Lush, sensual and tinged with the sharpness of asian spices and cinnamon stick the kick of the 90 proof spirits draws you into your grandpappy’s favorite slurp. This is damned good whiskey… truly alchemy at work here.”

Warren Bobrow  FOODISTA | Wine & Spirits Blogger

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