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.
Listen to J.J. Jackson’s interview with BourbonBlog.com’s Tom Fischer from this morning, click here and it will stream in a new window. This interview was aired on Jackson in the Morning Show which broadcasts in Louisville and Lexington, Kentucky. Jackson gets around on the radio in USA as he entertains audiences in four cities with… Read more »
A Mint Julep recipe for the best tour of bourbon country. Hop on the Mint Julep Tour Bus for a trip to bourbon distilleries, horse country, and even the Urban Bourbon Trail. We visit Mint Julep Tours office and gift shop located in Louisville’s Galt House and interview Ashley Casebier..watch video below and visit www.MintJulepTours.com… Read more »
Marker’s Mark Bourbon Whiskey releases “election themed” limited edition triple-dipped red, white and blue and blue, white and red bottles. As each bottle’s top color represents a different party, YOU can buy the bottle that supports your candidate for President. Watch the Marker’s Mark News Network video below and log on to http://news.makersmark.com for more… Read more »
Genny’s Diner delivers a taste of the South with a threesome like none other: Frickled Pickle Chips, Sweet Daddy Burger Platter and Peanut Butter Pie…the best in Louisville food. Watch our Genny’s Diner video episode below including an interview with owner Frank Ferris and his mother
Louisville music goes further than Bourbon Country with Southern Rock artist Artie Dean Harris. Artie is a Kentucky native with Broadway musicals and Hollywood pictures credits and well known on the Louisville music scene Artie Dean Harris talks about his other recent success in our BourbonBlog.com interview below. Watch it and hear some of Artie’s… Read more »
We are educated about Woodford Reserve’s Sonoma-Cutrer Finish as we head to party tonight at Sunset Spirits. As part of their Master’s Collection, this is Woodford Reserve bourbon finished in chardonnay wine casks. Tastings and reviews of bourbons from the Woodford Reserve Masters series.