Bill Samuels Jr., President of Maker’s Mark, shares the story of Maker’s Mark and its heritage in this two part episode. We recorded this as we toured his office at the Maker’s Mark Distillery in Loretto, KY × × Filmed during Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008.
The Bourbon Review loves covering bourbon stories as much as we do. We are so impressed with this new magazine. Watch our interview below with Brad Kerrick and Seth Thompson, Publishers of The Bourbon Review. Like Bourbon this Much? – Watch more free videos
The 24th Annual Bourbon Ball is in the Louisville Underground presented The Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft and The Louisville Film Arts Institute. Next year’s Louisville’s International Festival of Film is unveiled, actor Lee Majors receives a Lifetime Achievement Award, and bourbon distillers partner with Urban Bourbon Trail restaurants for the event. Watch this episode… Read more »
BourbonBlog.com interviews Tom Flocco as he is inducted into the Bourbon Hall of Fame 2008 during the Kentucky Bourbon Festival. Every year, each distillery plus the Kentucky Bourbon Festival submit candidates to the Kentucky Distillers Association for selection. Watch our interview with Tom Flocco below and read more about this year’s inductees.
The flavors of Heaven Hill Bourbons and CAO Cigars come together at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008 for the Bourbon, Cigars and Jazz evening! Experience it in this episode … ×
Boots and Wild Turkey Bourbon..what more could you need? To watch our video of this party from the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008 including an interview with Wild Turkey Master Distiller Jimmy Russell.
Jim Beam Master Distiller Fred Noe is the great-grandson of Jim Beam. He invites BourbonBlog.com to his house for the Bourbon-Q during Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008. Fred talks about his Small Batch Collection, his late father Booker Noe, and the heritage of Jim Beam Bourbons in the episode below.
We interview Milt Spalding, Executive Director of the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008 . In the video below, Milt gives an overview of the Festival and who it benefits. We send our thanks to those who are “covering” our coverage this week including Louisville’s Ben Davis & Kelly K Show.
It this your kind of professor and education? Go to Rate My Professor and recommend Whiskey Professor David Mays the best! Learn as David cooks with Knob Creek, Basil Hayden’s , Baker’s, Booker’s, and Jim Beam Black at the Jim Beam’s Bourbon-Style Cooking School at the Kentucky Bourbon Festival 2008.