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BourbonBlog.com attends the Evan William Single Barrel 2000 Vintage Bourbon Unveiling at the Henry Clay in Louisville, Kentucky and gives you the first online bourbon review of Evan Williams Single Barrel 2000 Vintage Bourbon in this episode below. Interviews with Master Distillers Parker Beam & Craig Beam, Heaven Hill President Max Shapira and more PLUS watch our full interviews from the unveiling event linked under the video.



Watch the full uncut interviews with the following people on these links:

Master Distillers Parker Beam Craig Beam
Heaven Hill President Max Shapira
Malt Advocate Editor/Publisher John Hansell
Bert Macor of William Grant & Sons
Mark Gillespie of Whiskycast, The Cast Strength Podcast
Mixologist Allen Katz from The Cocktail Hour, Martha Stewart Living Radio AND Southern Wine & Spirits of New York.

Evan Williams Single Barrel 2000 Vintage Bourbon will be released to the public in limited quantities near the beginning of 2010.

 

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  1.  Heaven Hill Master Distiller Parker and Craig Beam Full Interview at Evan Williams Single Barrel 2000 Vintage Unveiling Video | BourbonBlog
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  3.  Bert Macor of William Grant & Sons on Bourbon whiskey and Scotch whisky | BourbonBlog
  4.  Interview with Mark Gillespie of Whiskycast, The Cast Strength Podcast | BourbonBlog
  5.  Video Interview with Allen Katz Mixologist from The Cocktail Hour, Martha Stewart Living Radio | BourbonBlog
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