On this episode of The Fred Minnick Show, Whitechapel bass player Gabe Crisp joins the show. Named for the Whitechapel district of London, where Jack the Ripper famously went on his killing spree, the Knoxville, Tennessee, metal band has released seven studio albums to much … Continue readingWhitechapel Bass Player Confesses Bourbon Love
In a recent live stream, Fred Minnick shared with whiskey newcomers how they can start their collection with 10 recommended bottles. “You need to have a lot of everyday bourbons and just a touch of limited editions,” Fred tells viewers – and that doesn’t mean … Continue readingWhiskey Newcomers: 10 Bourbons to Start Your Collection
Fred Minnick crunched the numbers and found some things that might be surprising to many bourbon fans out there. He summed it up in his latest video chat, “Bestselling Bourbons of 2020, According to Drizly.” He presents the Top 10 sellers of the 2020 based … Continue readingDrizly’s Best Selling Bourbons of 2020
On Fred’s latest live stream, he was joined by Jason Callori from the YouTube show The Mash and Drum. Together, they tasted what they believe are – per the title – some highly underrated bourbons that you can actually find. Let’s face it, the whole … Continue readingHighly Underrated Bourbons That You Can Find (With Jason Callori of The Mash & Drum)
My 2020 American Whiskey of the Year contenders vary from the rare and hard-to-find to the exceptional everyday bourbons. And in the year of great challenges, when their backs were against the wall, craft distillers showed up big time this year. MB Roland, Peerless, Spirits … Continue readingBest Bourbon And American Whiskey of the Year Contenders
It’s an annual tradition, kids. It’s that time of year when Fred Minnick does his blind tasting to determine the Best Everyday Bourbon of 2020. Fred donned his holiday ascot and set out to tasting with a large group of online viewers. And the hope … Continue readingBest Everyday Bourbon of 2020: Blind Tasting – Who Was the Winner?