Creating a More Diverse Whisky Community (Episode 729: September 30, 2018)20180930224918
Mark GillespieSeptember 30, 2018@davemacdo, African-American, aluminum, analyst, Anibal Raposo, Ardbeg, Ardbeg Committee, Artisan Restaurant, ATF, barrel tax, barrels, Bay Area, Beam Suntory, black, Black Bourbon Society, Blackened Whiskey, Booker Noe, Bourbon, Bourbon & Beyond, British Columbia, Buena Vista, Buffalo Trace, cacao, California, Canada, Canadian Whisky, charcoal., Colorado, Corn Whiskey, Craft Spirits Data Project, Cultura Chocolate, Dave MacDonald, Dave Pickerell, Deerhammer, Denver, Derek Mather, distilling, diversity, Edward Mundy, emoji, English Whisky Company, Eric Gregory, European Union, exports, Färjestaden, Freddie Johnson, Freddie Noe, Glenesk Hotel, growth, Guatemala, Guinness World Records, Hillrock Estate, Holly Seidewand, Hotel Skansen, imports, industry, inventory, investment, Irish Whiskey, Islay, Jack Daniel's, Japan, Jeff Arnett, Jefferies, Just-Drinks.com, KDA, Kentucky, Kentucky Distillers Association, legislation, legislature, Lenny Eckstein, Lincoln County Process, Little Book, Manzanilla, Metallica, minority, Miyagikyo, Motlow, Munich Malt, Nashville, New York, Nikka, Noe Simple Task, people of color, Progeny, property tax, race, regulators, Revenue, rickhouses, Rough & Tumble, Samara Rivers, Scotch, Scotland, Shelter Point, spelling, steel, stereotype, stills, Sweden, tariffs, tax credit, taxes, Tennessee, Tennessee Whiskey, Tomatin, trade, Trump Administration, TTB, Twentysomething, Two Brewers, Vancouver Island, Vermont, whiskey, whisky, WhistlePig Farm, Whitehorse, Wishaw, Yoichi, Yukon0 comments
Let’s be honest for a moment. Look around the crowd at most whisky events, and if you’re being honest with yourself, you’ll notice t...
Episode 484: June 20, 201420140620225502
Mark GillespieJune 20, 201424 Hours of Whisky, accounting, acquisition, Andrew Mackay, anniversary, Asia, Auchentoshan, auction, Austin, beer keg, Bill Samuels, Bonhams, Bowmore, Brianna Bailey, Canada, Catoctin Creek, charcoal., collectors, commercial, Compass Box, construction, Crown Royal, David Perkins, Diageo, distillery, dock, Doug Clement, explosion, Fife, film, fire, fungus, Galway, Germany, Glenfiddich, High West, horses, Iain McCallum, India, Jack Daniel's, Jeff Thurmon, Jewish Whisky Company, Jim Beam Rye, Joshua Hatton, Jr., Kentucky, Kingsbarns, Laimrig, Lawrenceburg, LDI, Lexington, light whiskey, Lincoln County Process, Loretto, Louisville, Ludwigshafen, Macallan, Maker's Mark, McTears, MGP-I, Millennium, Monarch, Moore, New York City, Nun's Island, Oklahoma, Old No. 27, Park City, Peat Monster, Persse's, Peter Holroyd, Preussischer, Rob Samuels, safety, Scott Harris, sexism, shares, Shelby County Planning Commission, Shelbyville, Simon Marshall, Single Cask Nation, St. Andrew's, stillhouse, stock, Strathhaven Ales, The Oklahoman, The Whisky Shop, Tito's, Tomatin, Twister Distillery, United Spirits, Utah, video, Vijay Mallya, Virginia, visitors center, vodka, Wemyss Malts, Whisky Jewbilee, William Wemyss, women0 comments
Distilling is serious business, and safety is paramount. Brianna Bailey of The Oklahoman can testify to that…she was an eyewitness to an explosi...
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Tennessee Governor Signs Distillery Bills20130521131103
Mark GillespieMay 21, 2013Bill Haslam, charcoal., Chattanooga, Hamilton County, Joe Ledbetter, Lincoln County Process, MGP, moonshine, Old Smoky, regulations, Sugarlands, Tennessee, Tennessee Whiskey, The Tennesseean, Tim Piersant0 comments
May 21, 2013 – Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam has signed a bill approved by state lawmakers last month that clears the way for the owners of the...