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  1. The Macallan Rare Cask Single Malt Scotch: Insight on the brand's...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Cool Hunting

    Imagine trying to run a business where what you make today gets turned into products 12 to more than 60 years from now. How could you possibly forecast volume and preferences? That's exactly what many Scottish whisky companies try to do.

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  2. The Spirit to WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Ocean Drive

    When compared to Scotch or Canadian whiskey, Irish whiskey offers more accessible flavors and a cleaner finish, with notes of honey, melon, and caramel. An old saying holds that "God invented whiskey so the Irish wouldn't rule the world."

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  3. StateBook International Signs Choose New Jersey, East Kentucky Power...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    "This fast response from organizations spanning private, public and utility entities is a strong indicator that StateBook is answering a pressing market need," said Calandra Cruickshank, President of StateBook International. "Our platform is the first to aggregate the more than 20,000 data points relevant to site selection decision to help businesses identify sustainable communities for their headquarters, manufacturing facilities, and more.

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  4. Balvenie Whisky DistilleryRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Nuvo

    ... barrels used for aging are not new but have previously been used to age and store other alcoholic beverages; bourbon whiskey, sherry, and port are the most common, but the Balvenie also uses barrels that have previously held Madeira, rum, and even ...

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  5. Macallan vertical to go under hammer in HKRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drinks Business

    Spanning the vintages 1945 to 1987, the vertical will go on sale at the auction house's next Hong Kong auction on 22 November. The auction will be the second to feature a substantial spirits section, with the first having proved a notable success.

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  6. Kiepersol offers new selections, old favorites at Vine Day wine tastingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Tyler Morning Telegraph

    Harris Durrett, 5 of Bullard, gets some Spider-Man face paint by artist Julia Mauldin, of Whitehouse. Kiepersol founder Pierre de Wet pours tastes of bourbon for distillery tour attendees on Saturday morning during Kiepersol Vine Day.

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  7. Pappy Van Winkle's aged bourbon can't keep pace with consumer demandRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Daily Herald

    Hunting season nears, not only for wild game but the rarer prey of domestic small-batch whiskey. In a matter of weeks, the frenzied search for that most American of spirits and elusive of brands will begin anew.

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  8. Seven Fall drinks WITHOUT pumpkinRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Examiner.com

    ... Total: 10 Serves: 8 2 cups chilled pear nectar 2 cups apple cider 2 cups ONEHOPE Sparkling Wine 4 ounces bourbon whiskey 1 pear, unpeeled and cored cut into thin slices lengthwise 2/3 cup sugar, 1/3 cup cinnamon mixed for rimming Rim champagne cups ...

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  9. The whisky Bledisloe CupRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Stuff.co.nz

    Contests between Australian and New Zealand always have a certain frisson about them, built on decades of butting heads for Antipodean - and, sometimes, world - bragging rights. No clash encapsulates that fierce rivalry better than rugby's Bledisloe Cup.

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  10. The golden age of whiskey booksRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | NJ.com

    Whether you're a long-time whiskey lover or novice about the better spirits in life, you're living in the beginning of the Golden Age of Whiskey Books. When my literary agent and I were pitching Whiskey Women to publishers, we were inundated with rejections that all said the "market was too niche."

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  11. Alcohol price hike irks Virginia consumers, restaurantsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | Loudoun Times

    A move to raise the cost of liquor at Virginia's beverage control stores is distilling sour spirits from restaurants and bars, as well as consumers.

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  12. Rabalais: Once a a surea win for LSU, Kentucky not so much anymoreRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | The Advocate

    Associated Press photo by David StephensonKentucky receiver Javess Blue makes a one-handed touchdown catch over Louisiana-Monroe cornerback Rob'Donovan Lewis earlier this month. Kentucky is better than anyone expected, and that means another formidable foe for the Tigers as they try to build on last week's last-second win over Florida If there's a smell synonymous with LSU football, it's bourbon and sweat.

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  13. Scotch tasting accompanied by Scottish music 10-17Read the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Roseville Review

    The LeDuc hosts its first ever scotch tasting on Friday, Oct. 17, 7 p.m. at the LeDuc Historic Estate, 1629 Vermillion Street, Hastings. Guests will have an opportunity to sample several brands of Scotch, hear about the history of some of the great distilleries and learn the difference between Scotch, Irish Whiskey, Bourbon and Canadian Whisky.

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  14. Goose Island to release Bourbon County Stout 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Chicago Tribune

    Bourbon County Brand Stout has grown into a family of beers with a devoted following. Here, beer fans line up for a release of BCS Coffee in 2012.

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  15. Neuhaus & Scotch: The new it coupleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Examiner.com

    When Harry met Sally a destiny of drama ensued. When Neuhaus Chocolate met Single Malt Whisky destiny was simply delicious.

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  16. Brand USA, roads on Southeast tourism agendaRead the original story

    Jul 18, 2013 | The Advocate

    Reauthorizing Brand USA and fixing the nation's aging highway infrastructure are top concerns for the tourism industry in the Southeast. About 200 industry representatives met in Charleston this week for a meeting of the Southeast Tourism Society which comprises members from 12 states where tourism pumps $210 billion to the economy.

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  17. 7 Must-Buy American Spirits According to a Craft Distilling ExpertRead the original story

    Friday Oct 17 | Food & Wine

    ... with great California fruit. The quality-to-price ratio is off the charts." A.D. Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon Whiskey ($70) "Al Laws and Jake Norris's commitment to doing things the right way at this Colorado distillery, with no shortcuts, left ...

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  18. This scotch tastes like seagull's armpitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | MarketWatch

    The back story: If there's a category of spirits that provokes the strongest of reactions - positive or negative - it's single-malt Scotch from the Islay region. That's because these are the classic heavily peated whiskies, meaning they taste of the smoke that's a byproduct of the peat fires used in the spirit-making process.

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  19. ShareRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Daily Star

    Lloyd, 11, had his budding football career tragically cut short last year when he was diagnosed with a brain tumour. Lloyd said: "I had no idea that I was going to meet David Beckham, it was such a brilliant surprise.

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  20. Stillwater's Lift Bridge Brewing finishes $1 million expansionRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Star Tribune

    More room means more beer for the popular Lift Bridge Brewing Co., which this month is putting the finishing touches on a $1 million expansion and equipment upgrade at its brewery in a Stillwater industrial park. Five years after its founding, the craft beermaker's Farm Girl saison, Hop Dish IPA, Chestnut Hill nut brown ale and its other year-round and seasonal beers are proving so popular it can't keep up with demand from current customers in Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota.

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