The Associated Press released a story this week, and it featured Catoctin Creek. The gist of the story is that the Trump trade tariffs will appreciably harm both big producers and small producers alike, just as the US whiskey market is set to explode in Europe. The timing could not be worse.
[Scott Harris, Founder at Catoctin Creek] worries his overseas distributors might drop his spirits if the dispute drags on, and consumers will quench their thirst elsewhere. Already, rye whiskeys are coming out of Ireland and Scotland, he said, and with a bit of internet digging, "I could probably come up with a German distiller who's making a corn spirit that could, for all practical purposes, be very similar to bourbon."
The story was released nationally, and showed up in many newspapers. We like the version in the Sacramento Bee best, because it included some cool photos at the distillery. Read that, here.
Original AP story, here.