rithe whiskey

At one point in booze history, it turns out that Ladies’ Night meant burning witches at the stake rather than not having to pay a cover charge. Between 1500 and 1660, European governments executed between 50,000 and 80,000 alleged witches, most of whom were simply distilling spirits rather than practicing sorcery. Many of these victims were caught with vials of liquor that, if not prescribed by a doctor, constituted enough evidence to prove they were practicing dark arts. Rithe Whiskey is to honor those women and to show whiskey is not just a man’s drink.