Danish whisky brand Stauning has announced the launch of a limited-edition rye whisky matured in Marsala, Gewürztraminer and Romandalo wine casks.

Vermont-based rye whiskey distillery WhistlePig has announced the launch of the six years aged, 100% rye PiggyBack, created by late master distiller Dave Pickerell to showcase rye’s mixability.

Luxury drinks company Moët Hennessy and WhistlePig have launched a full sales and marketing drive in the UK and Europe this month, following the announcement of their partnership last year.

Irish Distillers has launched an experimental distillate called Method and Madness Rye and Malt.

Michter’s has released its US*1 Toasted Barrel Finish Rye 2020 in the UK.

Don Papa has celebrated the close ties between the Philippines and the United States by launching a rum aged for four years in American rye casks.  

Germany’s first rye whiskey distillery has teamed up with export agency Proof Strength in a bid to boost its presence in various markets around the world.

Templeton Rye has released a limited-edition Caribbean Rum Cask Finish expression into the domestic and export markets.

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US: Beam is to launch a rye whiskey under the Knob Creek brand this July.

Kentucky-based bourbon company, Buffalo Trace Distillery, has announced the September release of its 2011 Antique Collection.

Russian Distiller has launched two new ‘bread wines’, Rye Polugar and Rye Malt Polugar.

Russian Distiller has launched Krivach, a malted rye distillate that is said to be the first of its type in Russia for 120 years.

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