By Kevin Gibson Five more whiskeys entered the running for Fred Minnick’s Best Whiskey of the Year this past weekend: Bardstown Bourbon Company Discovery Series Batch 2. Four Gate Batch 6 Finished Whiskey: This bourbon is finished in rum and cognac casks. Fred especially liked … Continue readingFour Gate, Larceny, Three Others Join Race for 2020’s Best Whiskey of the Year
Are you ready to taste bourbon like a pro? Fred Minnick can help make that happen. In the video, Fred lays out in just a few steps how to taste your whiskey like a professional spirits taster, starting with what makes American bourbon and rye … Continue readingTaste whiskey like a Pro and Meet Jack Daniel’s in a Can
In recent episodes of The Fred Minnick Show, Fred sipped wine with Harry Shearer and bourbon with Mick Fleetwood, and the conversations briefly turned to the cultural significance of restaurants and clubs.
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
I’ve partnered up with the popular steakhouse Ruth’s Chris Orlando for a special dinner November 1. If you live in the Orlando area, here are the details: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 1st FROM 5-7 pm $65 per person, plus tax and gratuity Join us for a book signing and … Continue readingOrlando: Are you Bourbon Curious?