• April 22, 2015  

    In 2013, 200 bottles of valuable Pappy Van Winkle bourbon whiskey were stolen from a locked and secure distillery in Kentucky. On Tuesday, authorities said they found a bourbon crime ring connected with the heist; nine people were indicted for taking more than $100,000 worth of whiskey, including the Van Winkle. Jeffrey Brown learns more about the case from Sheriff Pat Melton of Franklin County. Continue reading

  • March 17, 2014   BY  

    Lawmakers in Tennessee are re-evaluating state rules that determine what can and cannot be called Tennessee whiskey. The state’s most signature product and multi-billion dollar industry has a global reputation, one that might be at stake if lawmakers ease regulations. Continue reading