Don Tse

Don Tse is an internationally recognized beer writer and beer judge, working from his home base in the middle of North America’s barley belt.


At Scotland’s Holyrood, Great Whiskey Starts with Great Beer

Holyrood Distillery in Edinburgh takes inspiration from the world of craft brewing, charting a new course in the tradition-heavy world of Scotch.

Case Study: It’s Grain-and-Grape Ingenuity at Calgary’s Bridgeland

From whiskeys whose grains they can trace to specific Alberta fields to a wine program that feeds ports, brandies, and grappa, Bridgeland Distillery’s DIY flywheel is gaining momentum.

Distiller’s Perspective: Black Fox Grows Its Flavor on the Farm

This Saskatchewan farm and distillery is making its whiskeys from home-grown triticale and exposing its barrels to the extreme local climate, all while telling its unique story to the world.