137 Barkers Mill Rd, Pembroke, KY 42266 | Phone: (270) 640-7744

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Meet Our Distiller, Liz

Posted on: November 17th, 2020

MB Roland Distillery would like to introduce our distillers, the folks responsible for the continued success of what we do here. First up is Elizabeth Hope Chester, but you can call her Liz, Lizard, or her personal favorite, Queen Elizabeth. Liz will eventually be adding a new name, Mrs. Gunn since she just recently got… [Read More]

Rye Whiskey – The Spicier Sipper

Posted on: October 22nd, 2020

If you haven’t tried a Rye Whiskey yet, here’s what to expect from this bold spirit from MB Roland Distillery Let’s start off with the basics of Rye Whiskey. Much like our bourbon, Rye Whiskey has to adhere to some legal guidelines: The “Mash” has to be made up of at least 51% rye grain… [Read More]

How To Decode A Bourbon Label?

Posted on: July 23rd, 2020

You might find a few words on your bottles of bourbon that you aren’t quite familiar with. MB Roland Distillery wants you to be “in-the-know”   Uncut   Uncut means that the bourbon is not diluted with water to a lower proof before bottling.    Unfiltered   Bourbon is sometimes chill-filtered when pulled from the… [Read More]

All Bourbon is Whiskey, But Not All Whiskey is Bourbon

Posted on: June 24th, 2020

It’s confusing but MB Roland Distillery wants to set the record straight What is Whiskey? Whiskey is distilled from a fermented blend of grains, commonly corn, barley, rye, and wheat, which the distiller calls the mash bill, and then aged in wooden barrels. Whiskey is distilled all over the world and there are many popular… [Read More]