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Sip and Shop with Bourbon Women

It’s not too late to make plans to join Bourbon Women at the Liquor Barn at Springhurst at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow, Dec. 5, for our annual holiday event. Enjoy specialty cocktails, food samples, a silent auction, a bourbon tasting led…

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The Church of Pappy

  The increased interest in all things Pappy Van Winkle could be judged by the turnout for a lottery that Jerry Rogers held Monday night for the allotment at his Party Mart store on Brownsboro Road. This was the third…

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It’s the most wonderful day…

Tomorrow marks the end of Daylight Savings Time. At 2 a.m. November 3 we “fall back” one hour. You know what that means: An extra hour to drink bourbon! Enjoy yours responsibly.

We have a winner!

Thank you to everyone who retweeted and reblogged and entered the contest for the Official Kentucky Bourbon Trail tour flask. By random draw, the winner was Alisha Wheatley of Louisville. Congratulations, Alisha! Enjoy your flask and use it responsibly. Thanks…

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A contest!

Welcome to Week Three of Bourbon Heritage Month! How is everyone holding up? I’m looking forward to the Kentucky Distillers’ Association’s All-Star Sampler in Bardstown tonight, part of the annual Kentucky Bourbon Festival. Of course, here in Kentucky, every month…

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Bourbon events at Locust Grove

September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, and several local events are planned in celebration. Two of them will be held at Locust Grove, the historic home at 561 Blankenbaker Lane (between Brownsboro Road and River Road):

Bourbon events at Locust Grove

September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, and several local events are planned in celebration. Two of them will be held at Locust Grove, the historic home at 561 Blankenbaker Lane (between Brownsboro Road and River Road): “The Old Fashioned: Theme…

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News: It’s official!

For the sixth consecutive year, Kentucky Gov. Steven Beshear and the state legislature have declared that September will be honored as “Bourbon Heritage Month” in the Commonwealth of Kentucky, and above is the proof. If you’ve never visited Kentucky, which produces 95 percent…

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Our reputation precedes us

This summer I took my first trip to Italy. I expected the amazing architecture, the lush landscapes and the epic sweep of history that permeates every city and town. What I didn’t expect was the reaction from Italians when they asked where I…

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Visit: Corsair Artisan Distillery

One of the advantages that craft distillers – sometimes called microdistillers – have over the big guys is the ability to experiment more with their product line. That’s certainly the case at Corsair Artisan Distillery, as you can see in…

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