To support bartenders and the restaurant industry in Atlanta, New Orleans, Lexington, Brooklyn, Louisville, Los Angeles and more, Chef Edward and Maker’s Mark Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey, have launched The Restaurant Workers Relief Program to serve over 400 individuals in the restaurant industry who had recently become unemployed.
Brown-Forman Corporation donates $1 million to COVID-19 response funds for multiple locations including USBG, Restaurant Workers’ Community Foundation, One Louisville, in Louisville, Kentucky. Brown-Forman produces Woodford Reserve Bourbon, Old Forester, Jack Daniel’s and other fine spirits.
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.
Hotel Tango Distillery in Indianapolis, Indiana has taken matters into their own hands to clean yours during the Coronavirus / Covid-19 situation. Hotel Tango is also known for its Bourbon and Rye whiskeys, Wild Rum, Orangecello, and Cherry Liqueur.
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.
Angel’s Envy Bourbon whiskey releases their oldest whiskey to date for the first time aged in Tawny Port Barrels. This limited edition release is all part of the Cellar Collection from Louisville Distilling Company.
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.”
Want to taste a 25-year-old Bourbon? Buffalo Trace will release a new 1994 vintage of the O.F.C. Bourbon this fall.