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The Evolution of the Bourbon Whiskey Industry in Kentucky

by Sam K. Cecil

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  • 7 Currently reading

Published by Turner Publishing Company (KY) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • History: World,
  • History,
  • History - U.S.,
  • Beverages - Wine & Spirits,
  • United States - State & Local - General,
  • Reference

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages160
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8642382M
    ISBN 101563114860
    ISBN 109781563114861

      Bourbon was born on the American frontier and came of age on Madison Avenue—and everything about its history reflects the nation that invented it. The story is cast with immigrants, industrialists, farmers, and hustlers, and set in fields, factories, boardrooms, and back rooms. Inextricably intertwined, America shaped bourbon and bourbon shaped America.   The Jewish Origins of Kentucky Bourbon. Despite his achievements within the whiskey industry, Bernheim was always ambivalent about the liquor business, a Author: Reid Mitenbuler.

      KENTUCKY BOURBON AFFAIR ADDS BOURBON BOOK SIGNINGS For Immediate Release — Ap LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Bourbon isn’t just a drink anymore: it’s also a cookbook, travel guide, entertainment manual, history lesson, cocktail compendium and more. Seven of the country’s most prestigious Bourbon authors will be featured at evening receptions during the Kentucky Bourbon .   Tasting Notes: Booker’s Bourbon Batch Vital Stats: % ABV; proof. Kentucky straight bourbon aged 6 years, 6 months, 19 days. mL $ Appearance: Deep amber/chestnut. Nose: The nose is lush with black cherry and raisin. For the proof, it doesn’t completely singe your nostrils.5/5.

    Visiting the winding trail of bourbon distilleries here (now officially called the Kentucky Bourbon Trail) has become a main draw to the area, and a whole tourism industry itself. The distilleries of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail are deeply rooted in history, many beginning operations in the 18th or 19th centuries that are still operated by the. The interplay between bourbon, law, and history led Brian to blogging as Sipp’n Corn®, which quickly developed into media credentials, collaboration with retailers to select private barrels, and ultimately to Bourbon Justice: How Whiskey Law Shaped America (Potomac Books, ). Bourbon Justice is Brian’s first book, but it won’t be his.


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No matter if your preference is Maker's Mark or Jim Bean, or whether you use it for sipping, dipping, cooking, or curing, Bourbon: The Evolution of Kentucky Whisky contains a history of bourbon from its earliest days in the state to modern times, and the most comprehensive list of those companies known as world leaders in the bourbon industry/5(2).

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Responsibility: by Sam K. Cecil. Browse more videos. Playing next. Excellent book on the history of whiskey in the US especially bourbon and the liquor industry in general. Part bio, part history, part business book, it has a lot of history (the whiskey rebellion and prohibition get great treatments) as well as interesting history of small companies, turned huge conglomerates, and now small companies again /5.

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Prior to visiting Kentucky, I looked for travel books on the region and its whiskey industry. Surprisingly enough, there's not a travel guide dedicated to Kentucky--the usual suspects such as Lonely Planet cover it by merging it with a number of other states, including Tennessee--and a "whiskey trail" book hasn't really been done, although this book by Gary and Mardee Regan is close.4/5.

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