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Rye whiskey is difficult to get. Decent ryes take anywhere from five to 10 years to age, and there's a shortage of grain producers.
The 3rd Bunbury Music Festival is this weekend. Organizers are expecting 65,000 people for the concerts, food, craft beer and bourbon along Sawyer Point and Yeatman's Cove.
Forbes recently released their annual list of the wealthiest people in the world.
Remember the national Fancy Food Show I told you about earlier this year ? Though it's still on my bucket list to attend, I wasn't able to go to the most recent show, the Summer Fancy Food Show held last month in New York City.
The producer of a new high-end pecan liqueur hopes to carve out a niche in Kentucky's bourbon country, adding to the lineup of craft spirits-makers giving new twists and tastes to the state's burgeoning liquor business.
An aged bottle of bourbon is just one of the items up for bid at the Museum of Aviation’s Auction, Raffle and Taste of Local Cuisine.
New brands and flavors of alcohol come and go, but Wild Turkey has maintained its quality for decades because of attention to detail, said the classic bourbon's master distiller Jimmy Russell.
John Wayne is The Duke. Even though he died in 1979, he is still known to fans as The Duke, a nickname he had since childhood.
Interesting. By placing it in the fridge, do you hope to better preserve the wine or are you trying to avoid losing a precious drop of alcohol? Just curious! I digress.
There is an old southern term called Pinhooking, used to describe a keen purchase of a young thoroughbred.
Two new flavors are heading to the city of Louisville. Both Copper & Kings and Rivulet Pecan Liqueur will open their doors to the public in the coming month, providing a taste of brandy here in Bourbon Country.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer on Wednesday welcomed Rivulet Artisan Pecan Liqueur to the city's growing lineup of spirits businesses.
You may have come via the Bourbon Trail, but one drive down Main Street and this little community is going to grab you.
John Wayne's heirs are suing Duke University over use of the late movie star's "Duke" nickname, which the family wants to register for use in marketing bourbon and other alcoholic beverages, according to court papers obtained today.
Updated: Sun Jul 13, 2014 10:36 am
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