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$10M plant in Elizabethtown will help company serve bourbon industry
The company specializes in decorating technologies for glass containers in the spirits, wine, beverage and cosmetics markets, WDRB-TV reported .
Thu Jul 31, 2014
Bourbon Smoked Sugars and Spices Gift Set
Drinking bourbon with every meal sounds fun, but who could stand to be that drunk all the time? Instead, insert some of that bold Kentucky flavor on top of your favorite foods without the alcohol.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Erie Times News
Kevin Cuneo: Getting the 'spirit' of vacation
As you read this, I am driving in the backwoods of Kentucky, meandering on curvy roads from distillery to distillery.
The Interval: Drink in bar dedicated to the past and future
Above: An orrery, a mechanical model of the solar system, graces the entrance of the Interval.
Beer Bourbon & Brisket
Grab your beach-chairs, blankets, dancing-shoes and come out and hang at the 2nd Annual Beer, Bourbon & Brisket.
This bourbon is about 134 proof
Bardstown-based Heaven Hill Distilleries Inc. plans more releases of its Elijah Craig Barrel Proof bourbon.
John J. Bowman: award-winning bourbon
This is the time of year when we're likely to have visitors come to the house -- more so than any other time, except maybe around the holidays.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Restaurant Review: Charlie Was a Sinner
That's a good question to chew on at Nicole Marquis's mysterious new bar on 13th Street, where you can drink bourbon and absinthe beneath a looming hardback edition of In Cold Blood , watch sultry projections of Marilyn Monroe flicker upon the ruffles of a diaphanous wall curtain, and soak up your alcohol with food completely untainted by animal ... (more)
The Chronicle Herald
Cape Breton single-malt whisky distiller launches Fiddler's Choice
Fiddler Ian MacDougall of Foot Cape, Inverness Co., is accompanied by Pius MacIsaac of Mabou, Inverness Co.
One spout, 400 brands
This blog covers everything except sports and gardening, unless we find a really good link about using dead professional bowlers for mulch.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Review: The Duke Kentucky Straight Bourbon
To honor the memory of movie legend John Wayne , Duke Spirits has released The Duke Kentucky Straight Bourbon.
Bardstown construction company part of bourbon boom
There are more bourbon barrels in Kentucky than there are people. The inventory has topped five million barrels for the first time in almost 40 years.
Experience Cape Breton Island in Small Batches
Cape Breton Island is home to a few single malt distilleries on this side of the pond.
60 Years Strong: Wild Turkey(R) Diamond Anniversary Celebrates Master ...
Today, a living legend in the global spirits industry gets his due, as the whiskey brand he's nurtured for an astonishing 60 years releases Wild Turkey Diamond Anniversary, a commemorative Bourbon in his honor.
The Globe and Mail
Spirits review: W.L. Weller 12 Years Old Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Kentucky
Why does this sublime bourbon always seem to be released in Canada nowhere near my birthday? The love grows fonder each year, yet supplies vanish by the time I'm presented with the generous question: "What would you like as a gift?" The world has William Larue Weller to thank for pioneering a style known as wheated bourbon.
The Daily Beast
Small-Batch Rye Whiskey's Big ScandalBy Eric Felten
The artisan whiskey industry has a big secret-many of the 'small-batch' distillers are actually buying their product from a large factory in Indiana.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Woodford Reserve says goodbye to longtime distillery mascot
Hundreds of people make the trip each day to Woodford Reserve. They may be coming for the bourbon, but for nearly two decades, something else has been making an impression here as well.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
The New York Observer
Liquid Lunch with Vince Oleson: Like Water for Whiskey
"The great thing about this place is it's hot in the summer and really cold in the winter," said Vince Oleson, head distiller for Widow Jane, the Red Hook-based whiskey brand, as he led me into the building at 218 Conover Street for a tour of the facility on a steamy summer afternoon.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Institute for Southern Studies
Populists and Bourbons are fighting again, 21st century style, in Mississippi
OXFORD, Miss. -- More than a century ago the "forgotten man" of Mississippi and across the South -- the farmer, the common worker -- decided he'd had enough of "Wall Street speculators who gambled on his crop futures; the railroad owners who evaded his taxes, bought legislatures, and over-charged him with discriminate rates; the manufacturers, who ... (more)