My good friend, Chuck Cowdery, argued in his book that AH Hirsch 16-year-old, distilled in 1974 in Pennsylvania and bottled in Kentucky in 1990, is the greatest bourbon ever made. On this week’s podcast, I explore this bourbon with a man who has reason to … Continue readingIs This The Greatest Bourbon Ever Made? Lee Brice and I Discuss
Black Country music singer / songwriter IMAJ opens up about the problems facing the United States and how racism is a systemic issue. This episode does not include a whiskey tasting, but rather delves deep into Confederate monuments, the death of George Floyd and much … Continue readingIMAJ Talks Racism, Confederate Monuments, Country Music and About Her Creative Process
Country music star Meghan Patrick was the latest guest on The Fred Minnick Show, and a lot of her fans may not know she’s an avid hunter. The Canadian performer, who’s recent album Wild as Me came out last year and was Juno Canadian Country … Continue readingCountry star Meghan Patrick responds to Internet backlash on hunting by ‘educating’ critics
This article originally appeared in Whisky Magazine in 2016. It takes a lot to run a bourbon distillery. You must acquire corn, rye or wheat, and barley, mill the grains, store them, then cook and ferment to create the rudimentary beer that is distilled and … Continue readingDistillery Heroes: They Fix Stills And Stuff
Listen on Apple, Spotify, Stitcher, iHeart, Google Podcast and TuneIn. Winner of Country Music Association Award for New Artist of the Year, Ashley McBryde schools Fred on how to deal with the Pandemic. And he needed that. Meanwhile, Fred is in awe of Ashley’s bourbon knowledge and collection. Like a couple of … Continue readingAshley McBryde Sips Elijah Craig 18-year-old and Gives Us All Hope In The Pandemic
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