The Bad News: Covid Pandemic Devastates 2020 Bourbon Trail Tourism

To no one’s surprise, the coronavirus pandemic struck a blow to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. The Kentucky Distillers’ Association announced that for the first time in its 21 years, total attendance on the Trail fell – sharply – in 2020. Visitors last year to member … Continue readingThe Bad News: Covid Pandemic Devastates 2020 Bourbon Trail Tourism

Buffalo Trace Presents Boston Woman with 2021 Eagle Rare Life Award

Natalie Guo knew the coronavirus pandemic cost people jobs as well as health. She decided to help feed as many people as she could, leading her to found Off Their Plate. For her compassionate acts, Buffalo Trace Distillery awarded her the 2021 Eagle Rare Life … Continue readingBuffalo Trace Presents Boston Woman with 2021 Eagle Rare Life Award

Tales of the Cocktail to Return Sept. 20-23, Remain Primarily Virtual

Tales of the Cocktail Foundation announced that its signature conference will return this fall in a free, digital version. In its 19th year, Tales of the Cocktail will be Sept. 20-23 and will feature content for cocktail professionals and enthusiasts across the globe, with supplemental … Continue readingTales of the Cocktail to Return Sept. 20-23, Remain Primarily Virtual