Aaron Goldfarb lives in Brooklyn and is a novelist and the author of Hacking Whiskey. His writing has appeared in Esquire, Playboy, Whisky Advocate and more.
For a select number of distilleries, whiskey production never stopped during Prohibition.
Two Kentucky collectors have amassed a stockpile of rare, jumbo-sized bourbon bottles, including those from W.L. Weller and Old Fitzgerald.
Lead poisoning be damned, Joshua Richholt continues to drink midcentury whiskey from his collection of nearly 100 vintage decanters.