I am so excited about the return of Bourbon & Beyond. Below is the full press release and you can find my bourbon workshops here, including a panel on Slavery in American Whiskey and Bourbon Storytime with Bill Samuels Jr., Jimmy Russell and Mike Sherman … Continue readingBourbon & Beyond is Back! Foo Fighters, Robert Plant, Zac Brown Brand and More
Want a signed copy of #BourbonRebirth? Come to an upcoming book signing in Orlando, Louisville, Lexington, Frankfurt, Cincinnati, Toronto and Oklahoma City. I will be adding events for New York, D.C. and Louisville. September 21: Orlando, Sept. 21, 5 p.m. at Soco Restaurant This isn’t … Continue readingBourbon Rebirth Book Tour
The Kentucky Distillers Association announced the return of its popular event the Kentucky Bourbon Affair. KDA also announced a partnership with WhiskyLive USA, an interesting addition that will allow Sazerac and non-Kentucky whisky brands to participate in the bourbon-centric event. Louisville will serve as the … Continue readingKentucky Bourbon Affair Returns, Adds WhiskyLive
I’m excited to announce the Bourbon Curious book tour schedule. I hope you’ll come out to one of these upcoming signings for a signed book. If you cannot make one, I’m selling signed copied through Square. Follow me on Twitter and Facebook for tour updates. … Continue readingBourbon Curious Book Tour
Louisville added a new distillery to its growing list, and this one is planning bottled-in-bond bourbons and ryes. The Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company enjoyed its grand opening June 3 with friends, family and media in attendance. Family owned by descendants of 1800s-era distiller Henry Kraver, … Continue readingBottled-in-Bond Dreams at Peerless Distillery
The Kentucky bourbon industry learned non-aficionado consumers think of a bourbon tour as a “factory tour.” In focus groups funded by the Kentucky Department of Travel and Tourism, consumers from several cities offered new perspective on the Commonwealth’s “Bourbon Tourism” initiatives. The Commonwealth commissioned Illinois-based … Continue readingBourbon Tourism: Is it a Factory Tour or Napa Valley?