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There's a new act at Louisville's Forecastle Festival that's taking center stage.
The 2014 limited edition of the Four Roses Single Barrel Straight Bourbon is rich in notes of caramel, dried fruits and oak, even at high proof.
Quarter-cask finishing marks the third release in the Jim Beam Signature Craft collection, the innovative small-batch, limited-release series from the world's largest Bourbon distiller.
But a broken glass and a bit of unfamiliarity with their subject matter weren't enough to discourage members of the band Spoon - or Forecastle Festival fans who lined up to get a bourbon cocktail mixed by the rockers.
Putting Kentucky's signature product at the center of the city's largest music festival has been a success for bourbon purveyors and promoters, said Adam Johnson , director of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail.
Bourbon itself has been rather popular over the last few years. We are currently in a bourbon boom according to some .
Resins and tree saps used in antiquity figure in the complex recipe for Sac Resine from Patrick Taylor of Hammer & Tongs in Portland, Ore.
The three-day music festival kicks off on Friday and Kentucky's bourbon industry will once again be a major attraction .
New Orleans area chefs and restaurants brought their culinary A-game when they participated in "Kicking Cancer in the Gut," presented by Louisiana Hospitality Foundation, in late June at the Cannery.
Nick Kotrides , owner of Toro and Faherty's along with the recently-sold Empire Grill, confirmed that he and his business partner, Eric Heuser, have leased a 12,000-square-foot Ellicott Street warehouse and plan to open Niagara Distilling Co.
Blue Stallion Brewing in Lexington celebrated its first anniversary with a retrospective of craft-beer hits: 16 of their beers served in the past year were on tap Thursday for customers.
The Caribbean is undoubtedly best known for rum-making, but the spirit has long-standing roots in New England as well.
Summer is road-trip season, so we're taking a culinary tour of America. But because Portland is a city of immigrants from other states, we don't have to leave town to do it.
Small-batch spirits are big, and consumers tend to think of them as both gustatory experiences and expressions of their spirit-tuality.
Updated: Mon Jul 21, 2014 10:24 pm
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