Old Forester Bourbon Whiskey’s Kentucky Turtle Derby will be a race among 8 turtles for the “Slowest Eight Minutes in Sports” planned for Saturday, May 2 to celebrate postponed Kentucky Derby in Louisville Kentucky. Seattle Slow and the other turtles will race ith Triple Crown horse racing announcer Larry Collmus calling and bugler Steve Buttleman serenading viewers prior to the turtles taking off
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Churchill Downs of Louisville, Kentucky, and Woodford Reserve are helping Kentucky Derby fans celebrate Derby at home on May 2, 2020, with a virtual horse race, Bourbon whiskey presentations, and NBC is re-airing past Kentucky Derby race runs. While the rescheduling of Kentucky Derby 146 will still be in September, this will be a fun way to start the celebration!
Sonoma-Cutrer introduces the Vintage 2018 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir with Woodford Reserve®Barrel Finish as part of its acclaimed Winemaker’s Release series.
To keep sharing the stories of Bourbon and all things spirited during COVID-19, we are bringing friends together in our new series called “Quarantine Drinking Team” on our BourbonBlog Instagram channel.
Lexington, Kentucky’s Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co, makers of Kentucky Bourbon Ale beer and Town Branch Whiskeys, are using their own alcohol supply to produce hand sanitizer and provide it free of charge during the Coronavirus crisis.
Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. in Louisville is doing its part to help bartenders and the United States Bartenders Guild affected by the COVID-19 and coronavirus crisis. Learn how buying a Peerless single barrel of Bourbon or Rye whiskey can help and how you can get it delivered curbside in Louisville, Kentucky.
Louisville, Kentucky’s premier Bourbon event returns this week. Here is what is happening at Bourbon Classic 2020 and how to buy tickets.
Two of Louisville, Kentucky’s finest distilleries collaborate to release a rye whiskey and American brandy to showcase the best of both worlds. Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. and Copper & Kings American Brandy Company’s collaboration marks one of the first of its kind.
Bartending legend and spirits industry icon Gary “Gaz” Regan died today at age 68. Gaz was known for his books, his creation of Regans’ Orange Bitters No. 6, and contribution to the spirits community as educator and innovator in cocktails. Watch this video where he demonstrates his famous “Finger Stir.”
The WhistlePig Boss Hog 2019 is being released known as the 六: The Samurai Scientist, using first American Whiskey finished using Japanese Umeshu. The rye itself was first created by using koji fermentation.