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LAWRENCEBURG, Ky.—Four Roses Bourbon will release Elliott’s Select, a limited-quantity Single Barrel Bourbon, in June. This barrel-strength bourbon will be Brent Elliott’s first limited edition release as master distiller. Elliott, who assumed the post of master distiller in September 2015, personally hand-selected the 14-year-old OESK,
With our inaugural EatDrinkTalk podcast behind us, we launch into episode 2 with an abundance of Louisville restaurant and drinks news to discuss. We even talk about how to behave at soft openings. (Didn’t know you’d get a manners lesson, did you?) This week’s show
LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Visit Buck’s Restaurant and Bar on Tuesday, May 24, when executive chef Colter Hubsch creates a four-course dinner paired with four flavors of Ballotin Chocolate Whiskey. “For this dinner, I wanted to explore the ability of this product and how it can be used
FRANKFORT, Ky. – Kentucky’s iconic Bourbon distilleries filled a whopping 1,886,821 barrels of amber nectar last year, breaking production records all the way back to 1967, the Kentucky Distillers’ Association announced today. The previous all-time high was 1,922,009 barrels filled in 1967, the KDA reported.
BARDSTOWN, Ky.—Barton 1792 Distillery is releasing a 125-proof Full Proof Bourbon is the latest limited edition release in the 1792 Bourbon line up. Bottled at the same proof it was originally entered into the barrel, the bourbon was distilled, aged, and bottled at the historic
Louisville’s dreams for a food and drink festival aren’t any nearer to reality than they were two-and-a-half years ago when a committee was convened to make it happen. Seems a lot of problems abound, not the least of which is too many voices in the room, no single visionary
From Rusty Satellite: Greg Hayden of 3rd Turn Brewery, Paul Tuell of Ballotin and EDT’s Steve Coomes
If you haven’t been out to Jeffersontown to check out the 3rd Turn Brewery, now’s the time to do it. Greg Hayden and his partners have built a great outdoor patio right next to the old church building. In this show, Greg joins with Ballotin
As a Kentuckian, it’s sometimes hard to admit I became a fan of bourbon so late in life. Five years ago, I think, is when it finally kicked in for me. My palate awakened during a tasting at Heaven Hill’s International visitor center in Bardstown.