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Kentucky Approves Slight Tax Changes
Some of these changes are reasonable. Updating the reference date for the revenue code was long overdue .
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Colorado Springs Independent
Axe and the Oak to become C-Springs' second spirit-maker
Among a trio of new spirit-makers angling to join Distillery 291 locally, Axe and the Oak Distillery looks to be first in line.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Get Ready to Pig Out at Cochon 555 on April 27th
Get ready for a piggy time because ~COCHON 555~ is back and the lineup is porky and delicious.
'Bar Rescue' host Jon Taffer returns to Bourbon Street to push new book April 18
Jon Taffer, host of the Spike TV show "Bar Rescue," will return to New Orleans to promote his new book,"Raise the Bar: An Action-Based Method for Maximum Customer Reactions" on Friday at Spirits on Bourbon .
Wild Turkey Distillery celebrates milestones
Wild Turkey distillery here in Anderson County has several reasons to celebrate.
Anton's hosts first Founders KBS tapping in Kansas City on Tuesday night
If you've been in search of Founders Brewing Co.' s KBS but come up empty, then you'll want to be at Anton's Taproom tonight .
Mon Apr 14, 2014
State's latest craft distiller turning Ohio corn into Mill Street Moonshine
Mill Street Moonshine is a corn whiskey and can be found in more than 30 stores around Central Ohio and in some bars.
The Village Voice
Homebrew Community Shines at Pride of Brooklyn
Twenty-four sets of amateur brewers gathered in Gowanus on Saturday to compete for top honors at the Pride of Brooklyn Homebrew Festival.
Celebrate spring with wine, whiskey dinners
Good things come in wooden barrels. And that includes both wine and whiskey. This spring, why not celebrate the season with a dinner that celebrates the flavors of the season, along with pairings that complement each dish.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Foster's Daily Democrat
Spirited future for Flag Hill distillery
Head distiller Brian Ferguson checks moonshine from a copper still at Flag Hill in Lee.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Stoops signs commemorative Maker's Mark bottle at Keeneland
Lexington likes its Maker's Mark and its football. Fans of the bourbon's commemorative editions began lining up on Thursday, bottles in hand, for the annual ritual signing at Keeneland on Friday.
Town Hall Brewery reopens and launches Barrel Age Week
It has been a long four months for Town Hall Brewery fans. The veteran Minneapolis brewpub has been closed since Jan. 1 for expansion and remodeling.
The Victoria Advocate
Country-jam band to play music at mudbug festival
On the heels of winning best album in the Academy of Texas Music awards, the Scott Taylor Band is gearing up to host its third annual Eat Tail Suck Head Crawfish Fest benefiting Warrior's Weekend.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
The Many Varieties of Whiskey by Pop Chart Lab, An Art Print...
Pop Chart Lab has created " The Many Varieties of Whiskey ," a new art print that "categorizes and distills all the major varieties of whiskey - from scotch to bourbon to single malt to moonshine."
Bank and Bourbon Is Now Open in the Loews Hotel
Bank and Bourbon is now open at the Loews Hotel. The replacement for Sole Food is now focusing on bourbon, whiskey and rye spirits with a menu that features traditional American fare.
The War Over Tennessee Whiskey
There's a feud going on in Tennessee. That might not be unusual in and of itself, but this one revolves around the term "Tennessee Whiskey," which means the entire state's pride is on the line.
Tickets Remain for Whiskey Rebellion at TLA
Tickets remain to this Sunday's Whiskey Rebellion at the TLA. The brown spirits fest is $40 per ticket and includes twelve whiskey samples, cocktail demos and food from Old City's Serrano, including the restaurant's signature meatloaf sandwich.
Middle West Spirits quaffs a healthy dram of growth
The UpTake: Brady Konya and Ryan Lang are distilling success at Middle West Spirits, as their Ohio company has doubled in size in the past year.
Bacon & Bourbon Festival celebrates the spirits and the sow
It is, of course, Homer Simpson who has defined our culture's love of bacon. His declaration that he could be a vegetarian only if bacon grew on trees pretty much sums up our endless hunger for the stuff.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
The Orange County Register
Would you pay $300 for a bottle of barrel-aged beer?
Whenever they paid a visit, my Canadian parents used to marvel over California's wacky extremes.