Lemon-Basil Manhattan by Jim Beam

(1 part = ½ oz.) 5 parts Jim Beam  4 parts Fresh Lemon Juice 3 parts Simple Syrup 2 each Basil Leaves

 
The Food Guy’s Secret BBQ Sauce

1/2 cup  onion, chopped 2   cloves garlic, minced 1/4 cup  white wine vinegar 1 1/2 cups  ketchup 2 Tablespoon  brown sugar 1/4 cup  Bourbon 1/2 teaspoon  dried mustard Hot sauce and salt and pepper to taste Mix together first seven ingredients; Simmer for 30 minutes. Add hot sauce and salt and pepper. Adjust seasonings. Use… Read more »

 
Genuine Old Fashioned Recipe

BourbonBlog.com friend Matt Capucilli demonstrates the Genuine Old Fashioned Recipe in the video below. × Have a bourbon video, recipe or anything you would like to contribute to us? We’d love to see it… e-mail [email protected]

 
Genuine Old Fashioned Recipe

BourbonBlog.com contributor Matt Capucilli demonstrates the Genuine Old Fashioned Recipe in the video below. × Have a bourbon video, recipe or anything you would like to contribute to us? We’d love to see it… e-mail [email protected]

 
Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail Celebrates 1st Birthday

BourbonBlog.com raises a toast to celebrate Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail’s 1st Birthday today! If you are in Louisville today, our friends from Bourbon Country tell us they’d like to see you! They will be at all Urban Bourbon Trail locations throughout the day. Each establishment has drink specials and and there will be free prizes…. Read more »

 
Kid Rock and Red Stag

“A Different Breed of Bourbon” is joining forces with a different Breed of Rock Star to Support America’s Military. BourbonBlog.com has just learned from Jim Beam that Red Stag by Jim Beam, the new black cherry-infused bourbon will partner with multi-platinum superstar, Kid Rock, as the headline sponsor of Kid Rock’s 2009 Rock N’ Rebels Tour…. Read more »

 
When your favorite rockstar loves bourbon…John Wesley Harding podcast

It all started when I was reading PopMatters.com and John Wesley Harding described his love for Pogue and explained that Booker’s and Baker’s are “so good, they’re almost undrinkable.” His new album Who Was Changed and Who Was Dead was already in my spin, so I needed no further excuse to do this podcast interview… Read more »

 
Kentucky Bourbon Trail Rolls Out New Logo

Kentucky Distillers’ Association tells BourbonBlog.com that the world-famous Kentucky Bourbon Trail is introducing a new logo, brochure, souvenir passport and commemorative t-shirt to mark its 10th anniversary and to celebrate National Travel and Tourism Week. “This is a significant milestone for one of Kentucky’s most popular tourism attractions,” said Eric Gregory, President of the Kentucky… Read more »

 
Barnstable Brown

Nick Lachey, Bobby Flay, Travis Tritt, En Vogue and other celebrity guests make their way down the red carpet and BourbonBlog.com talks with them at The 2009 Barnstable Brown Derby Eve Gala. Barnstable Brown benefits the Barnstable Brown Kentucky Diabetes and Obesity Center.