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 »
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Kentucky Alcohol Tax Vote Will Happen Soon
I just spoke with Kristin Meadors of Kentucky Distillers’ Association and she tells that the Kentucky House of Representatives could vote on the House Bill 166 this hour. Yesterday, there was a rally to protest at the capitol building in Frankfort. Our bourbon friends including Maker’s Mark President Bill Samuels Jr., Master Distillers like Jimmy… Read more »
Whiskey Professor Rate This Professor My Favorite
It this your kind of professor and education? Go to Rate My Professor and recommend Whiskey Professor David Mays the best! Learn as David cooks with Knob Creek, Basil Hayden’s , Baker’s, Booker’s, and Jim Beam Black at the Jim Beam’s Bourbon-Style Cooking School at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008.
Moonshiners Season 3
Moonshiners Season 3 begins tonight with new characters as we follow the story of Tim Smith going legal with Climax Moonshine!
Casa Sauza XA, Edición Limitada – First Sauza Extra Añejo !
Casa Sauza tells BourbonBlog.com they will release the very rare Casa Sauza XA, Edición Limitada (40% ABV), the Sauza Extra Añejo Limited Edition. Only 12,000 750 ml bottles have been produced, including approximately 1,800 bottles for the U.S. Bottled in an elegant glass tequila decanter accented with a distressed leather strap and metal buckle and housed… Read more »
Seven Grand, Los Angeles
BourbonBlog.com recommends Seven Grand in downtown Los Angeles for your favorite whiskey, check out the full whiskey list and Bourbon menu below, and leave your own reviews under comments. This swank Irish infused urban oasis serves up 300+ premium whiskeys, rare ryes and small batch bourbons on a hand-carved black walnut bar under the stony… Read more »
Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame 2010
Don’t you wish YOU were in this Hall of Fame? One of the highlights during the Kentucky Bourbon Festival week is the annual inductions into the Kentucky Bourbon Hall of Fame – the highest honor within the Bourbon industry a person or organization may receive. In conjunction with the Kentucky Distillers’ Association, the Kentucky Bourbon… Read more »
Four Roses Julep Contest Winners and Recipes for 2010
BourbonBlog.com‘s Tom Fischer was a judge in the recent Four Roses Julep Contest which is held annually in weeks prior to the Kentucky Derby. Varanese’s Rory McCollister won 1st with his Cherry Blossom Julep (recipe below and photo above), making it Rory’s second year in a row to win and the third time Varanese has… Read more »
Heaven Hill Will Release Third And Final Bottling of Rittenhouse, a 25-year-old Very Rare Single Barrel Straight Rye Whiskey
Can the third time possibly be more charming than the first two? That is the question for American Whiskey enthusiasts as Heaven Hill Distilleries tells BourbonBlog.com that the release of the third and final bottling of Rittenhouse Very Rare Single Barrel Rye will be released this coming winter for the holiday season. Following the release… Read more »
Phoenix Rising: What if there had been no Prohibition? – by Chris Middleton
Bourbon and Kentucky go together as naturally as jockeys and horses. Kentucky is the birthplace of bourbon where corn, sour mash and charred oak barrels all came together to deliver a new and outstanding whiskey to the world. Yet just over a hundred years ago Kentucky had slipped to fourth place in spirit distilling volumes,… Read more »