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Be in the Know with EatDrinkTalk’s News Appetizer

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Four Roses Bourbon Elliott’s Select Limited Edition Single Barrel in June

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,

Visit Buck’s for May 24 Ballotin Whiskey dinner

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

Kentucky bourbon production sets 48-year record

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.

No Louisville food and drink fest until at least 2017

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

When context counted, there was no bourbon to sip

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.