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Move over, Jack Daniel's and Captain Morgan. Small-batch distilleries want a seat at the bar. Spirits handcrafted by boutique booze-makers may see some growth in market share as more Americans try to support smaller enterprises, according to industry...
The Lexington Herald-LeaderKentucky's bourbon distillers produced more than 1 million barrels in 2012, for the first time since 1973, the Kentucky Distillers' Association announced Monday. In 2012, 1,007,703 barrels were filled, topping the 1973 total of 1,004,877, the...
Dust off those party clothes and dig out that crazy hat. It's the time of year when folks in our part of Virginia get together to celebrate in the fresh air and sunshine. If you're looking to socialize and depressurize, you're in luck. Festivals devoted...
La Crosse Tribune, Wis.For the 3,000 people attending Saturday's Between the Bluffs Beer, Wine, and Cheese Festival, the day was a pleasant carousel of the aforementioned indulgences. Behind the scenes, the atmosphere was strictly business -- jolly, smiling business. The...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Wines, Festive Events, Cheese
Matt Shattock is articulate, well-educated, camera-ready and known for an ability to talk to just about anybody in his charming British accent. Business associates say these qualities have helped make him an effective CEO at Beam, the Deerfield-based...
Much of the world, including the United States, spells whiskey with an "e." The Scottish do not. On those salty, green cliffs, they drink whisky. The Japanese also drink whisky, and there's a simple reason for that: when its whiskey industry was...
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firstname.lastname@example.orgJesse Rotz and Ryan Richards are living the dream. The two Chambersburg friends, pals since grade school, have managed to parlay their passion for beer into a lucrative business. Since 2008 when the Roy-Pitz Brewing Co. at 140 N. Third St., sold its...
Standard-Speaker, Hazleton, Pa.Privatization of Pennsylvania's liquor sales will put 15,000 people out of work, many of them small businessmen, a state senator said. Modernization of the current system, not privatization, is what Pennsylvania needs, he said. Sen. John Yudichak, D-...
WATERBURY, Vt. — For someone in pursuit of a Heady Topper — the world's top-ranked beer at the moment my plane touched down in Vermont — I made the mistake of arriving on a Sunday. I had driven directly to a bar in Burlington that...
No one really bats an eye anymore when someone tells you they've been brewing beer in their garage. Or basement. Or kitchen. Homebrewing is super popular these days, what with the rise in popularity of craft beers and the notion that beer doesn't have...
Special CorrespondentPlanning a trip to Europe this spring or summer? Take time to enjoy one of the many fairs and festivals the continent features each year. These events open a window to the continent’s culture and traditions and give visitors a chance to mix with the...
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WASHINGTON — In the fall of 1799, George Washington wrote to his nephew: "Two hundred gallons of Whiskey will be ready this day for your call, and the sooner it is taken, the better, as the demand for this article is brisk." The whiskey Washington...
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