The Frazier History Museum, in partnership with the Kentucky Distillers’ Association, is proud to announce the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Welcome Center and Spirit of Kentucky exhibition. Opening August 25 and offering free admission to the general public, the KBT...
For more than a century, both Diageo’s George Dickel Tennessee Whisky and McIlhenny Company’s TABASCO Brand Pepper Sauce, have celebrated their Southern roots. Now, with George Dickel TABASCO Brand Barrel Finish, these two brands are coming together in one...
Snow has hit Kentucky get again - and we can only make so many hot toddies in one winter! Try this Four Roses Recipe for Hot Buttered Bourbon for a smooth and toasty treat to keep you warm till...
  Since launching the Best Places to Stay in Bourbon Country initiative, we've been busy combing through the nominations (162 of them, in fact). One in particular caught our attention - it is called Bed & Bourbon - and prompted a 1x1 discussion...
This possum had a better weekend than you. Originally posted here by Harley Tamplin for Metro.co.uk The cheeky marsupial broke into a shop in Fort Walton Beach, Florida, and proceeded to get hammered on Bourbon whiskey. You might think that would be...
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Want to get to know where your Bourbon spends its first few years? Take a look at the parts that make up an American White Oak Barrel. Bung Hole & Plug (Bung) – The bunghole is the traditional opening in...
From The Kentucky Bourbon Cookbook, by Albert W. A. Schmid When Bourbon (or any other distilled spirit) comes off the still, it is as clear as water. The color and flavor of bourbon develop as it ages in a burned...

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