From new releases to big time awards — Find out what’s happening in the wild world of genuine Dad’s Hat Rye whiskey. Check out our current posts and stay up-to-date with all the latest and greatest in Dad’s Hat distillery news.
The U.S. has been in the midst of an unprecedented bourbon boom for over a decade now, and given its rich history even before its latest surge in popularity, it’s fair to say that the classic Kentucky spirit (95% of all bourbon is made in Kentucky, per LuxRow Distillers) is now firmly entrenched as the classic American spirit.LEARN MORE
Old Monongahela rye is having a comeback. A distillery road trip tells the story of its fall and rise, with Alexander Hamilton playing the villain.LEARN MORE
It’s funny how a drink’s popularity goes in cycles. For the first few centuries of our nation’s history, rye was the spirit of choice for all discriminating drinkers. While nearly all alcoholic beverages went underground during Prohibition, rye unlike other spirits somehow never fully recovered after the repeal.LEARN MORE
Dad’s Hat Distillery is proud to announce the opening of our beautiful new tasting room at 131 Mill Street in Bristol, PA. The newly redesigned space is just one block away from the Bristol Waterfront Park in the heart of the borough, about a mile from our Canal Street distillery location in the historic Grundy Commons complex.
Award-winning Dad’s Hat whiskeys will be featured along with a range of classic and creative cocktails, craft beers, wine, ciders and spirits sourced from producers across the entire state of PA. Bottles of our trademark Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey will be available to purchase along with flights of outstanding, unique whiskeys from our vibrant PA distilling community.
Dad’s Hat Mill Street Tasting Room
131 Mill Street, Bristol, PA
Cheers to the new year! Whiskey expert and industry influencer Fred Minnnick has officially released his roster of “Top American Whiskeys of 2021”. This year, Dad’s Hat Bottled In Bond Straight Rye landed at the 55th spot on this year’s roundup and is the only other Pennsylvania whiskey to make an appearance other than Pittsburgh’s Liberty Pole Spirits.
Dad’s Hat Rye Distiller Herman Mihalich is honored with being recognized for helping bring back this traditional spirit and says, “No doubt that Pennsylvania rye whiskey is now on Fred’s radar. It is great that he explores categories and whiskeys that are not the usual big-name brands.”
Read the full list from FredMinnick.com to find out where Mr. Minnick lists your favorites.LEARN MORE
As temperatures drop and a dram of whiskey by the fire begins to sound like a good idea, it’s time to spice up your home bar. If you love bourbon, rye’s sassy baking spice character and cocktail versatility is well worth a try. It’s made from rye grain—the same ingredient found in distinctively earthy rye bread—so if you love the loaves, you might want to give this whiskey a try.
Read the full article from Saveur magazine to see where Dad’s Hat Rye lands on the list.LEARN MORE
On March 26th at an awards ceremony that was held remotely from London — virtually via a Facebook live stream to contestants due to the Coronavirus outbreak — Dad’s Hat Rye was named as the “International Craft Producer of the Year” by Whisky Magazine for 2020, beating out regional winners from all over the world.LEARN MORE