Whisky, Politics, & Money (Episode 628: February 12, 2017)20170211232953
Mark GillespieFebruary 11, 2017Alex Gordon, Allied Domecq, Annis Noe, Beam Suntory, beer, Booker Noe, Bowmore, British Columbia, California, Canada, Canadian Club, Canadian Club Heritage Centre, caramel coloring, Chicago, Christine LoCascio, Congress, Consortium of Cards, Corby, Culver City, Darkest, David Bolton, David Ozgo, David Rule, DISCUS, Distilled Spirits Council, Donald Trump, Douglas Laing & Co., Drew Dilkens, Dublin, E150a, economic impact, economic outlook, Eric Gregory, ETF, ETF Managers Group, exchange-traded fund, exports, Forres, Fred Noe, Glasgow Airport, Glenfiddich, governor, Hiram Walker, Hiram Walker & Sons, Ian Dodd, illustration, Inchmurrin, India, India Pale Ale, investing, investments, IPA, Isle of Raasauy, Jameson, John Manfreda, John Weedon, Julie Hesketh-Laird, Kentucky, Kentucky Distillers Association, Kevin Hurley, Kraig Naasz, lobbying, Loch Lomond, Louisville, Matt Bevin, Matt Shattock, Michter's, mutual funds, New York Stock Exchange, Old Particular, Ontario, Pam Heilmann, Paul John, Pernod Ricard, politics, President, Queen of the Hebrides, R&B Distillers, Raasay While We Wait, Sauternes, Scotch Whisky Association, Scottish Craft Distillers Association, Sine Metu, Speyside Craft Brewery, Spirited Funds, Steve McCarthy, Steven Mnuchin, stock exchange, stocks, Sweden, tattoo, Tax & Trade Bureau, taxes, Teeling Whiskey Company, Thomas Rule, Tish Harcus, trade, transition, Treasury Department, Trump Administration, TTB, University of Louisville, Urban Studies Institute, value, Vancouver, Victoria Whisky Festival, whiskey, Whiskey & Spirits ETF, Whiskey Row, whisky, Windsor, Wiser's, World Duty Free, World of Whiskies, WSKY0 comments
This week, we’ll be talking about money and politics along with whisky, and of course, there are connections between all three. With the world...
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