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"master distiller" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:34 min | 4 months ago

"master distiller" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Forbid. Tableau is 68, Joe. Thanks Bob. WCBS NEWS TIMES 5 50. The Jack Daniel's Whiskey brand is leading an effort to bring diversity to the distillery. CBS News correspondent Michelle Miller explains that In the years since our last visit to Shelbyville, Tennessee, we can bottle a million bottles a year in here. Faun Weaver, the co founder and CEO of Uncle Nearest whiskey has transformed this horse farm. Into a distillery honoring the first known African American master distiller has all sunken in yet I don't think so. The first time we got together, I said, Listen, I want to make sure that near screens name is known around the world. While I'm still here. I'm making up lost ground 160 years of no one Knowing the spans name his name was known around Lynchburg were nearest green, a former slave met an orphan named Jack Daniel. And taught him how to make whiskey on this farm. The only reason any of us know about nearest Green is because Jack made sure when he was alive that everyone knew Nearest was so integral to what he did. Weaver is honoring Greens legacy while making some history of her only as the first female and black CEO of a major spirit brand. But she says that's not enough. We can't diversify our industry if we're not getting any resumes, so she's teaming up with Jack Daniels to create the nearest and Jack Advancement initiative. $5 million project that aims to increase diversity and promote African American leadership in whiskey, black enslaved. People were so skilled at distilling well, then we have prohibition. We come on the other side. We've got other options. Generally speaking, African Americans are not going to choose to go into industries in which our ancestors did not have a choice in the matter. So you will not see us in tobacco. You will not see us in cotton. You will not see us in American whiskey, usually trying to change that. They're hoping an apprenticeship program and distilling school will bring about that change and produce a pipeline of promising talent like Tracy Franklin as a woman who has loved and appreciated whiskey for so long and never seen her story in the product to be able to create that, for other people, is Beyond my imagination. Franklin is an actress turned bartender turned whisky Brand, ambassador. And now she's studying to one day following greens footsteps as a master distiller..

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"master distiller" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

06:15 min | 8 months ago

"master distiller" Discussed on KTRH

"The master distiller at old Dominick distillery to tell us the history of this Memphis family business one of the best things about working for all down again declined company is the history of it that history dates back to eighteen sixty six and it is very tangible history that whole family held on to so many documents and ledger books and letters I don't know what they were thinking when they held onto it all but I know we're we're very happy that it's there now the family history isn't just some story that's been passing down by word of mouth it is a history that is very very real and that we can show to everyone just how authentic that story is and to be able to be a part of such an authentic story and hopefully you know be a part of its its history eventually it's just it's very warning so our founder Dominic can alley that was an Italian immigrant and he came over to the states and eighteen fifty nine landed in New Orleans and decided to take her back to Memphis he had family here is uncle had a business already he decided to work for his uncle that building is literally about a hundred yards from the act current distillery worked for him for a couple years and decided to start his own company in eighteen sixty six at which time he found a deacon Allen company start off as a modest Wilfred cards and you just go up and down what is now friends street selling furs over the years that Korea became a much bigger distribution company started distributing beer Z. had refrigerated trucks and decided in the midst of all of that you found all Dominic whiskey that distillers on products but he did by H. product barrels from other states so we have records of barrels from Ohio Kentucky Indiana and he would bring them down on the railroads and that blend in here under the label of all Dominic it was actually one of the biggest whiskey brands in the southern region during that time and of course prohibition heads and so all Dominic whiskey had tears stopped being produced fortunately the other parts of the company continued on some different distribution the beer distribution all that continued on through prohibition and sadly Dominique I did not see the repeal of prohibition he actually died just a few days before the county company continued on just without the whiskey bring it at zero I guess is the late nineties they actually sold off the food distribution but still maintain that beer distribution that they had and so they were the anti service or service and Memphis and then in two thousand ten I believe it was actually sold that off as well and so they kinda had lost all of their Memphis fed hold they had other businesses other investments just nothing actually in Memphis and so in twenty thirteen when they found a bottle of Dominick toddy basically they found this bottle full still lacks the old and they decided to crack it open I believe one of them actually tasted the liquid it had that liquid analyze this and it's a California to see if we could figure out what actually was in that product because with all of the documents that the family held on to they never held on to the recipe for this product go figure and so with the help of a lab out in California and they learned the different components that were present in that bottle she couldn't figure out the exact ratios or anything like that so no specific recipe but they were able to figure out what was in it and then from there we simply reverse engineered it and so today's president Chris Kelly junior wanted to see the company get back to Memphis wanted more than just their headquarters to be here he decided this seems like a cool idea someone said well why don't you sell the Brant he said now this is how we get back to Memphis and so he and his cousin Alex can allocate decided to open up what is now old Dominick distillery that construction project officially started in twenty fifteen and that was the same year that they decided to bring on a head distiller and I was lucky enough to get a message on linkedin I have nothing better to do I said sure I'll come down for an interview and indeed they're deciding to move to Memphis and that same year and so about a year for construction and we were actually ready to produce the first whiskey not just out of all dominant but the first whiskey produced in Memphis ever there were no distillers here even before prohibition so December at twenty sixteen was kind of a big year for all down again for Memphis and then flash forward a couple months may of twenty seventeen and we were actually finished with all of construction and open to the public server stores beginning in may and since then we have added multiple products we now have to back as we have our Memphis tadi we have a gym that's about to come out and we also have our healing station Bourbon and even the chilling station line we're about to release even more products under it so it's been a very very busy two two and a half years and again 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"master distiller" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

10:51 min | 11 months ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"Think it'll be pretty healthy Were counting on it. We're down the stock for that. So I hope I hope it continues that way. Nope I'm right so otherwise I gotTa Lot stock. I'm GONNA have to. We're in the Boston market at as we like to drink whiskey to we'll be more than happy to help you go through and sample every barrel. That's out there. Yeah so talk about Virginia and how how they kind of embraced it. You guys you know and hung their hat on us like this is our distillery to you. Kind of have that with the state or Well we do. There's you know it's interesting last. You know up until the fifties were really only distillery in Virginia and now over the past five years Just the distilling industry in Virginia has really taken off. We've gone from you. Know being twenty small distilleries in the state. Now I think there's seventy in the state But I think a lot of people still embrace the fact that you know. Bourbon is one of the products and whiskey is one of the products that is made and has been made in Virginia for a long time. And there's a lot of people that Really really are putting out some great products and you know and I think it's. It's great that a lot of people look as Allman and they go. Oh yeah okay. That's you know. That's that's the model that we should follow For making a great Bourbon or a great whiskey in the state of Virginia and I think a lot of people a lot of people who have lived in this area for a long time they know us and they know our products and You know of course. They go to their football games and they had their bodily Smith Bowman. And that's that's our tradition. We have guys a little. Send me a eighty something years old. I've been drinking Bourbon since I was twenty so which is great to hear you know one of those legacy products that You know you just don't find the history and a lot of the smaller distilleries. I think that's a wonderful thing to be part of that history absolutely and I think You know you kind of you kind of struck something in my head when you started talking about elders went from you know. Twenty now to seventy. Do you see a lot of competition coming through your doors and saying. Oh let's go see what Qassim Bryan's up to over here. Let's see if we can take down a few notes in our in our. Yeah Absolutely I. We had a lot of that do that. We'll have a local distiller will say hey. Can I come up and walk through the distillery in and spend some time with you and I say absolutely can come through the distillery tours every hour on the hour? And we don't hide anything and you can. You can see exactly what we're doing now. We may not tell you exactly what we're doing. We may not tell you. Hey this is the Nashville is our doing this. You can see what we're doing and we're we're very were supportive. We WanNA. We really think that the industry has room to grow and we want to support them. But we also you know. I don't want the industry goal. In such a way that people look out and they see the smaller distillers and go. Oh they don't make anything good. So that's why we really want to support and say gap me. No you gotta put out a good product if you can see you wanna come in and see how we're doing things that's fine may not tell you a whole lot but you're welcome to come in and walk around so how the Bourbon Tourism Been in Virginia. Because like here it's exploded have you. Have you guys seen that as well in Virginia well for US tourism is a little bit harder than it is a lot of people? Go to Kentucky and they they go to Kentucky to go visit Stiller's For us a little bit different. We have you know we're right in the middle of alcohol historic where people are coming to see You know civil war were. The distillery site is actually a site of civil war battle. You know there's a lot of historic sites as far as the civil war revolutionary war. George Washington was actually lived. You know his boyhood home is literally across the river from the distillery so a lot of people come for the history and it's our our challenge is to get them to come and visit the distillery. Now I think the Virginia Wine Industry has done a great job. Getting people realize that there's lying in the state and then of course breweries have been doing pretty well as well So it's been a struggle for us as far as getting the visitors air but we still. This last year was almost thirty. Thousand people through the distillery You know obviously not. Hundreds of thousands of people that will go to larger distilleries. We're hoping that we can grow that and let people know. Now we're we're a distillery that's been here for a long time and we plan to be here for another eighty five ninety years. At least you got to figure out a way to get yourself on the history trail over there at the take a break from the capitals and all the Norton come down and yeah you do the capital. You go across the river to go see George Washington's house you grew up in. Oh there's this old distiller over here at all and we get the drink absolutely a count me absolutely absolutely. That's that's our whole goal is how to get get your like. Hey that's a really nice monument there but I mean that's an easy sell point for me to come in just a adults let's go. Let's go do that. You can see a mime in every single day if you wanted to but so I guess You know we're coming. Come down here to the end of this and I kind of want to get a little bit more information about really where you kind of see is is their expansion as there is their ideas of like how how much bigger can is. GonNa get in regards of like what you all are trying to do in regards to growth or anything like that. Yeah well right now. We're actually in in the midst of an expansion You know we're we're adding tanks we've added just in the past Probably GonNa say about a month. We've added about eleven angst or production We're hoping to add to our bottling line. Here Preuss Pretty soon to be able to pick up production because we really. WanNa you know. We're coming up some of the moves that we made a couple of years ago. When I came in five six years ago was increase some of our small batch production in Greece on John. Jay Things like that. In those those are kind of coming into fruition now and we're hoping to expand and make more that urban available but I don't think we ever really have any ideas. We don't want become this huge multimillion case distillery. We Wanna be focused on making the absolute best products that we can the best bourbon that we can find our best bourbon that we can produce and best best best vodkas best. Rum's we want to absolutely make great products And if we grow to be a large larger regional size great but that's not really are focused focuses to make a great product and Cesare supports that vision and are not like. Yeah that sounds great but we want to crank out as much as possible. Yeah no absolutely absolutely under present sport Making the best product that we can make very cool. Yeah absolutely and You know Shutout to to Matthew who is here on the chat He just said thanks for joining in. Brian was so great to actually learn about a brand. That's flying under the radar for a lot of the Bourbon geeks out there. Because like I said for myself learning more about the mashed bill and really how the operation kind of functions. And you know knowing that you're single girls are nine to fourteen years old like that's that's got some age on it for an coming for even most the Sak portfolio when you're looking at the the weller antiques. You're looking at six years old. Maybe seven something like that. So seeing of of of what's coming out of Virginia can't hands more or less bottles. That's for sure. Yeah we'll be sending on your way you got it Niagra marking those barely go. You're out you're mark that barrel up. I got my credit card already to start swiping. Okay but Bryan. Thank you again for coming on the show today. Giving us more information about ace Matt Bowman the history sort of your history and how you kind of cut your teeth and industry and your family life too. I think it'd be fun to get your get your whole family on here one day and kind of see you all. Kinda like go back and forth. If there's any of that would definitely be interested so Last way to kind of give a shout so if people want to know more about your they want to visit the story. Where did it go and do that? No more about us or visit the distillery go ahead and go to AC DOT COM. That's the best way to find us in any information about us. We're on twitter instagram as well. But you can get all that from the from the website new and ride the coattails on Virginia history trail and stop over there. And then go and get yourself a nice bottle basement. Bowman a takeover. John J Bowman. I think I think the John Jay fit my flavor profile absolutely and you never know you can come in and try them all next time. You're in the area okay. So so so. Make sure everybody that you are you. Check out their website. Make sure you go to Bourbon. Pursuit DOT COM. We've got links on there for all the episodes that we've had if you want to know more about any of the The Cesare portfolio. You can kind of check out some of our past episodes. We've done there too if you WANNA follow us. Twitter facebook instagram. We're all over the place there Yeah and then also thank you to everybody. That is a Patriot supporter. That was joining US watching this show live as it happened on Youtube just again. One of those perks of being able to watch. Us law before it actually goes out on air so good and closing up yet for sure Brian. Thanks man that was Very interesting great. You know like you said the Bourbon has been crazy growth in. We're kind of have blinders on you. Know we have these Kentucky brands you know things that were used to like we focus on those but then you forget that. There's these guys like you all doing. Such great things and like it's flying under the radar in With the flavors you were talking about like I think Kenyon I might run out and go get some bottles after this. I just WANNA find more coconut. Coconut the O'CONNELL. But not appreciate your time and is a cool story and I WANNA come to your Holiday Party. Booze wars yeah. I'll put the invitation next time. Cool cool cool. Cool so Yeah if anyone has any suggestions comments feedback Let us know. We're always here to serve you. Guys Bring Nadia. So we'll see all next on cheers..

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"master distiller" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

11:51 min | 11 months ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"All tipples you have a whole line of Beers in line wines and then of course I'll bring a lot of different whiskies in We have a good time on on the on holidays. Families have like a Chili. Cook off your mom's way which you're megan so it was kind of interesting but yeah we definitely help each other out and I'll get calls from guys all the time they'll say. I talked to your brother the other day and don't don't believe a word he said or Hey I was at your dad's place I don't believe a word. He said he doesn't know what he's talking to each other hard time. That's okay I mean it's family. You have to give each other a hard time especially in the holidays. That's Kinda how I kind of like the booze off. We should probably we should make bourbon pursuit booze off our Christmas holiday party. It wouldn't laszlo my family that like every time. I bring straight Bourbon Nate. They're like I can't believe during his says awful. So let's you know before we start talking more about your job and everything like that that you've gone with. Let's let's give a a our listeners. Kind of an understanding and background of reliigous. What's the history at a Smith Bowman? Because I just realized before we are coming on here that is it is not Abraham. It is actually Abram Smith where the experts schools those as Muth. Beaumont is actually one of the oldest distilleries on the east coast. It was the oldest distillery in Virginia started by Abram Smith Bowman and a lot of his family actually Kind of has roots to be. You know the pioneers of of basically during the revolutionary war discovering what is now current day Kentucky. So if you're in Louisville and you go out to Beaumont seal That is actually part of the boat. What was discovered and named after one of the Bowman family ours of of of Cedar Creek is as renown? All of our current products are all named after the boom like historical figures But kind of getting to modern history. How abram started he was actually the great grandson of of Abraham Bowman or sorry George Bowman and he was actually in the distilling industry. Prior to prohibition he ran a distillery in in New Orleans prior to British one of the largest Rahman Bourbon distilleries Algiers point. And and then after you know prohibition he he happened to by about seventy four hundred acres and he opened up a granary and cattle and then he. Of course prohibition ends thirty. Three thirty four is when an ended here in Virginia and he decided. Hey you know I already know this business quite well ahead. I have all my own horn. All my own. Ri- let's start making Berber and You know and that's what he started doing. So writing thirty four thirty five he started making Bourbon And his bowl was basically straight grain glass. We did everything from like. I said growing the grain we harvested earn. Trees made her own barrels. I mean we did it. All on the whole point was to make you know high quality spirits and You know we kind of continue on with that that kind of mantra today. We're we're known for making bourbons of course but we do other starts as well. So that's getting a little bit of the history of it. We give a complete history. If you ever make it down to Virginia. We'll give you complete district very yeah. We'll we'll we'll do the thirty minute tutorial one of these days. That sounds good. Does it ever make you all mad? That like Kentucky gets all the glory for Bourbon when Virginia was like the the state before Kentucky we have. There's I will say a lot of people come in and they're very proud of their Kentucky Bourbon Heritage and and we're we're proud of it as well but we always like to remind them that Kentucky used to be part of Virginia. We've been making Bourbon here for a long time too. So it's kind of just curious about like the current operation like kind of like the year that really it started or is it still like been running since eighteen. Whatever well so we started like I said and thirty-three in Fairfax County which is about just outside Washington DC area and we moved it to their current location here in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. So we've been running here in this location since eighty eight and the reason we moved is because basically we sold off the. The family sold the farm and the city of Reston Fairfax County. Which is well over. A million people now Just kind of grew around the distillery. And they're you know having this distillery where literally They were walking the cows in from the farm to feed off slop down the middle of the road. They just didn't they kind of didn't like that so much. So moved to the distillery where we at now which is about forty five miles south. The Washington. Dc were in the small town of Fredericksburg And it's IT'S BEEN. It's been a great location for US. So we're right along rapahannock river and and You know it's a great area for aging bourbons and we've enjoyed it here so far talk a little bit about like the history of the Master Distiller title bears. Well are you the fourth? The first of the the new one it did they have master. Distillers back to talk about that. Yeah actually so there's been six master distillers here in. The history of the company. Says the thirties. The first one was for about five years and then we had a kind of one or two that only lasted about a five to ten years. And previous master distiller was actually earth to master distillers ago was actually here for about thirty years. He kind of took it from basically took over his master's stiller eighties until almost two thousand eleven. And then the previous Masters Stiller to me was Truman Cox who came from Buffalo Trace. Actually and he was here. I think he worked here for. Probably about three years. But he's only master distiller for all year and a half he sadly asked away a very. You know very unexpectedly and I took over from him. He He'd been gone for probably about six months when I took over so I came into Into a building with you know there. There hadn't been a master distiller for six months. So it was one of those things where you you. You hope that The previous master distillers taking notes. And you go in and learn the still and you find out what's going on in taste. It's doc I know that's rough to do got a taste. You're all the stock to find everything out somebody in thank you for taking that sacrifice forest. I'll as okay. I'll do it again. I get it by after but it was. It was just trying to come and find out what the house flavors were How the stills ran and and just taken from there so I've been in this role for six years now so how long. How long do you think it takes to become comfortable with the existing set-up into Kinda get those basic flavor profiles? You're looking for dowd in. It takes a little while it takes A. I think you have a good couple of months. You know just tasting through all the stock you know just going through and seeing where everything is so you're literally going out into the warehouse and you're saying okay you know what's this one where this is a year old wants to taste like okay. This is two years old. What's it taste like all the way up? Fifteen sixteen years. And you're trying to find out a flavor profiles that are out there in the different parts of the warehouse. Is You know you? You don't have anybody to tell you that you know that store and this is where I did. This and this is where I did. This and I want this Labor at all out of this area where you just don't have that so You know that that took a little while but you know once once you get there I think then it's tweaking it to make little little changes right off the bat just to just to kind of make it your own style and And then kind of improve the product. That's one of the things that we always want to do. Is You know. That's that's our logo our motto. Here's nearing spirits that were embracing history and just pushing the future. We're just want to improve our products every day. So we don't WanNa just sit back and go. Yeah that's Okay. It could be better free rein to make your own imprint on it. So it's not just plug and play like this is the way we do at. Don't screw it up. Absolutely I mean there there is obviously you have an established brand and you don't want a new if you have a historic Customers that brand you know wanted to change Willy Nilly If you'RE GONNA make changes you WANNA make sure that they're for the better and You want to keep improving them. But if it's a change that does make it better makes it tastes better Improves it's it's overall AOL. Then yeah absolutely free reign once good because you know one thing that we always talk about is how the Bourbon Industry just loves to hear about change. Not really like it's it's it's always like. Let's let's let's stay the course. Let's not really not shake things up too much or anything like that so I guess the question that I Kinda WanNa pose about. When he started coming in you're figuring out like how do we dial or how do we tweak things? Can you recall like one of those things that you kind of had to tweak to kind of figure out what it is to kind of make PRUITT's own signature? Bourbon radio at all. I mean one of the things that I I'm looking for Has the heads. Were coming off the still. I walk in and I'm like all right. Well what are you doing? We're making the cut like not yet not yet wait wait wait wait just a minute and then we do. Our heads cuts a little bit different than eventually you know. We're we're saying okay. Where's our ideal proofs because and we have some periods of time that I will say that the you know the proof really kind of vary quite a bit off the still and we tried to dial that in and tried to really get consistency off the off the distillation process versus. You know I this is the way that we run it every single time. We wanted to go in. And say hey. Each each tank. Each ferment are each batch is different. So we're GONNA just are still to make sure that our flavor profile is consistent from distillation this relation so that you don't have this huge variation from batch to batch in. We wanted it. You know there was there was this processes that you have to go in and say okay this how we want to run it and just a little tweak year olds wake there and a lot of these guys have been working in the industry for thirty years and they they kinda go. Oh yeah okay that makes sense. You know these are. These are good things to do. So I think we've been successful in that so absolutely and so I guess one of the things that maybe most people know about is that it is all part of the the size rack portfolio so Buffalo trace all that sorta stuff as part of a Smith Bowman as part of Kinda winded when that started happening when it became part of that portfolio. So it actually. It's it's kind of interesting story because In the move for a Smith Bowman from Fairfax to the current location They had to take down of basically the entire distillery. Shut down for it. Took about two years to move the entire distillery So they started partnering with What was at that time before it was all buffalo? Trace was ancient age so they started partnering with them and doing the initial mash even the the yeast and the mashed bill. And things like that so that we can continue on.

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"master distiller" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

Bourbon Pursuit

11:16 min | 11 months ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Bourbon Pursuit

"As I put the Whiskey to my lips I felt the tingle just throughout my palate. It started on the front and moved. Its way toward the back just dripping down the jaw line tickling the top. And it's going to surprise you where this whiskey came from was not from Kentucky Tennessee or Indiana. This barrel proof. Bourbon was distilled aged and bottled in Texas. That's right Texas. Texas is on the move and they had been for some time and I do believe that Texas Bourbon will soon begin to rival Kentucky and competitions and with consumers from California to New York and from Alaska to Hawaii. Now this Bourbon that. I tasted that kind of wild me was T- ex Texas Straight Bourbon. Whiskey it was one hundred and twenty seven point four proof four years old barrel proof is on the label. Obviously and it's from firestone in Robertson. I tasted this on my youtube channel. If you have a go check that out. It's for my Watson. The box segment where I open a box and tastes whatever's in the box but this this bourbon really was one that kind of Made me think rethink my position on where Texas is now. I've always thought. Texas is a growing state and very powerful. When it comes to whiskey and I think the rise of Texas has been has been happening for some time but in the last couple of years we have seen Texas distillers like iron route win major awards. We've seen balconies kind of like You know get on shelves all over all over the country and win a pal especially those in American single malt category while garrison brothers has kind of dominated like this like this landscape and built a cult following for itself. I think right now. Texas is prime to do things in American whiskey that we've not seen any other state be able to do and there's a good chance as I go off to San Francisco to judge the world spirits awards that we could see Texas whiskey win a lot of gold. I'll say this Texas has the formula. They have the formula to be able to compete. With all the great distillers around the world they have a consumer base that really passionate about anything from Texas. I mean how you could you could slap made in Texas on anything I would sell out in Texas. Those people love their state and they have a lot of talent and they have the education. They're like people from that state Who are in the distilling business have taken the time to go get the education that it requires to be good distillers. They're also humble. You don't see them slapping master distiller on there for the most part. You don't see them call themselves masters. Stiller's without in their opinion. Earning it and I also don't think that you see a lot of like terribly bad products coming out of Texas. The one thing that's going to hold Texas back is it's water water. It has. It's it's not a resource in abundance in Texas and this is something that I think that every whiskey state needs to be able to rely on. You need to rely on a lot of water. Obviously but keep your eye on Texas. Something's going on there and if you if you haven't tasted this yet make sure you go pick up a bottle that T- X. barrel proof Bourbon if you followed me for a while you know how hard it is for me to give a compliment from tech to Texas after all I was born and raised in Oklahoma where we kinda rival Texas when a lot of ways. And that's this week's above the char. Hey if you have an idea for above the char hit me up on twitter. Instagram or facebook. Just search for a name Fred Mimic again. That's Fred Mimic my in an ICY K. We're going to my website. Frederick Dot Com until next week cheers. Welcome back to another episode of Bourbon. Pursuit the official podcast of Bourbon. Kenyan Ryan here today talking to one another Master Distiller. We have never had on the show today. But it is coming from a distillery. I've got one or two bottles downstairs. love what they're doing really good things over there but it is It's not in Kentucky's backyard which is a little bit different for us from time to time. Yeah typically well. I'm surprised this is like one of the master story we haven't had on so I'm excited like we haven't had him on yet on the what's taking so long. It's probably my fault. We just got a knock on the right door sometime but they do have a great product that I don't know a ton about it. I'm really excited to kind of get their story and Infobahn had some great Single barrel picks from them from liquor. Barn around here so I know they're doing some good stuff and Excited to see what the future and past president all above for this Distiller yeah absolutely. It's kind of going to be a combination of all those things because what we've seen at least around here in Kentucky is being able to finally get your hands on some of these bottles and now that it's got a unique bobble shaped to. It's kind of like this. This level looking heart-shaped kind of thing and it's it's really cool. It really stands out on the shelf and I think it's going to be good for our listeners. To kind of learn more about the brand more about the people that are behind the brand is well because that's again what our audience really cares about. They want to know more about the stories of people behind it so yup. So let's stop talking and let's start asking so today on the show. We have Bryan PRUITT. Bryant is the Mathis Distiller at a a Smith Bowman out of Virginia so Brian. Welcome to the show Kenny. Thanks for having me on. I really appreciate it guest so before we kind of dive into the history of Bowman and more about you know you. We always like to kick off the show. Kinda think of like. What is it that got you into Bourbon? Whiskey was there. Was there an earth Lee Lake? I mean it's okay because we talked to a lot of people in there like well. It started back when I was twelve in. Grandpa said you know they could nip this kind of talk about your your first run inexperienced absolutely so for me it was a little bit different. I I started actually in school. I had no intentions of going into the alcohol beverage industry. I actually pre pre MED. And I had no you know I was in a class literally looking for nerves or whatever it was on a cadaver and I thought this sucks. I hate this. I don't WanNa do this anymore. Mars on a cadaver. Yeah it was not fun and I decided. Hey you know what I really like. I really like beer. Why don't I try and make beer? So I actually called up the local brewery which happened to be a large anheuser busch and I was able to talk to the master brewer. Here I am this college kid and he said Yeah. Come on down. I'll talk you. I'll tell you how I got to where I was. And I went in and talked to him and he said Yeah. This is what I did. And this is the path I took and so the next day went in and Changed my major to Food Science and did the whole food science thing car out of state and then eventually went on to do the master. Brewers it's a UC Davis and started in the industry. So I was working lava. Small Craft Breweries across the Colorado in California and after several years in the brewing industry. I decided I wanted to learn what beer became when it grew up. Come see that's that's the fun part though. You always gotta start with beer before you make to get to the spirits anyway. Absolutely a lot of people don't realize you know basically what we do here is is. You know for whiskeys as as you as you make a beer. And then you're going to distill it after from it so I kinda really wanted to to learn about that Aso I I I found that at the time I found a weasel my way into the wine industry which had a very large distillery with it and Was able to learn about You know under master distiller. In a master blender the had probably a combined about eight years worth of knowledge and I worked for them for well over a decade. And you've got to make all sorts of things got to make Brandies and Vodkas and Jin's and spend time in Mexico making seculow and Caribbean rooms. And of course whiskeys and But eventually I really wanted to get back to my roots which was small crafts You Know High Quality Spirits. And that's what brought me as Beaumont. So it's kind of a maybe a different route than some have taken a versus just like my father worked in the industry and I got in the industry and you know it's I will say that all of my family is involved with the alcoholic beverage industry. I brother worked at birds. My Dad owns a winery. And I'm in my sister's the only one that hasn't made it. She's a doctor. So You guys like the nerves on the cadaver trail. Yeah exactly so. It sounds like you've worked with a lot of spirits. I know you're a you WANNA work. Whiskies your favorite thing to work with the. What's been your one of your favorite Spirits to work with. I absolutely love with Ian. I mean it came from the brewing side. And just seeing what you can do with the Grain Greenville Different yeasts and then taking that on and the maturation side I think that's I think that's great now. I don't discriminate against the spirits though. I love them all. I love all sorts of spirits. You know in the in the summer. Sometimes it's nice to have a nice gin and tonic. sometimes You need a a nice brandy or rum drank. When you're out you have to have a boat drink you know out on the boat had that wrong drink But of course you know nothing. Nothing beats a nice nice single barrel Bourbon so absolutely see when I go on the boat. It's like it's the only time I let it slide as like you get the Bud light limes there. Yeah one of those. Like the very fruity kind of forward kind beers. It's the only time it works is when you're on a boat raw. It takes plenty of beer to make make Bourbon. So absolute l-let's lot goal so that's good to see like was there. Kinda WanNa talk about your family life here a little bit so you talked about your family. All kinds of being in the the alcohol beverage industry was there a you know at least from your your parents side of it. Was there an influence that said like hey like this is a this is a good route for you to go? Was that a an opportunity that she said. I already kind of have experienced in this young because my family was a part of it like was that an influential factor into it. Now I think it was more actually my father. He started the that he he runs. He started it in that in retirement. So that's kind of like he was retirement thing so it was all of us. Were kind of getting into the industry at all at the same time we all just kind of I think we loved the science aspect of it loved the art aspect of it You know we just all went different ways and it was just one of those things that yeah we get we get together and we have some pretty crazy Christmases and things like that. Where you can you know you really get to bring out the full spread..

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Whiskey Quickie: Elijah Craig Rye

Bourbon Pursuit

02:28 min | 11 months ago

Whiskey Quickie: Elijah Craig Rye

"This whiskey. We're looking at a new line extension from Heaven Hill Elijah Craig Ri- Now as most people may or may not know that Heaven Hill has one Nashville for the rice. So you're GONNA see this in multiple different kinds of line extensions so you've seen Rittenhouse Ri- You've seen Passover and now they're coming out with a new line extension for cry now. What's new at this one is that it is a fifty percent. Rye thirty represent corn forty percent multi. Which I'd mentioned as part of their or barley or yeah. You're right. What am I say? Multi multi whatever. Yeah you know what we are doing this. We'll figure it out soon enough and another that actually came with this as a master. Distiller Con o'driscoll podcast before he's a big fan of actually breaking a spare time so he actually sent loaves of Rye bread with this as it came out. So yeah cheers connor for that and Kenny. Our data with his fish sandwich so it was delicious. Go appreciate that now. This is going to be released in limited markets of North Carolina South Carolina Georgia and Oregon starting in January. Twenty twenty and it will slowly trickle out time and again not stated the proof. Standard Elijah Craig. Ninety four and the price is going to be at. Srp only twenty nine ninety nine Wonder Win the Lodges Barn Burnt Down. If he ever thought row whiskey would be in there. Well it must have figured it out figure how to make a cheap enough. Because I'm always surprised about how we can keep prices down this low so absolutely stipend with the nose here. Not Very muted the notes. It's kind of really smells more like a bourbon to me. But it doesn't get some basic I would say so to a little bit of grains and stuff like that to really delicate easy to drink It's you know pretty I. I would call it a Gateway Ryan. Maybe 'cause it's kind of similar to Bourbon me has more like Larry Craig me 'cause. I almost think that if you tried this in you know we've gone we progress a little bit. I think if you try this on the rocks you would lose all the flavor ballpark ugly very light. It's very light. I guess let's just go ahead and rape is because I mean for me. The finish already dissipated. It's gone yeah see about all right so on the knows where yet here sideways thumbs. I agree and the taste sideways thumbs. That's a good everyday drinker. Yup and the

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"master distiller" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

Sports Radio 610

01:41 min | 1 year ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Sports Radio 610

"Master distiller of Tito's handmade vodka America's original craft vodka I believe in the Kraft process of distilling in batches using old fashioned pot stills and that's the way we still make Tito's handmade vodka today we even won the world spirits competition double gold can animus judge's choice does handmade vodka is made from a hundred percent corn so it's naturally gluten free recipes videos and more visit Tito's vodka dot com eighty proof Tito's handmade vodka that generation ink distilled and bottled in Austin Texas hand crafted to be savored responsibly transaction logs Houston Houston loves football for Friday night lights to Texas game day everybody rallies around football but behind the seats for every game is another great Houston institution oil it takes a company like transition unlock this valuable resource for the deepest deficit farthest reaches around the globe as the leading offshore driller big tackle every challenge head on have the stats to back it up Transocean focused data driven and performance oriented check them out deep water dot com. an evening with deshaun Watson is coming to sports radio six inside the Verizon artists which want to be there your next chance to win is tomorrow between seven forty five and listen for the cute. lucidly from Houston's sports leader sports radio six ten with a merciless don't get blindsided like some of the quarterback's face. latest news and exclusive interviews download the Houston Texans listen to Texas right. get right to it. this week is with western voice all of.

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"master distiller" Discussed on The MMA Beat

The MMA Beat

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on The MMA Beat

"That is Sean. I'll shoddy as well behind not common. You know this Jamach that's trying to come off the ringer as well as ever may fighting dot com. All right. So we are here in Vegas gents and I know we have a lot to get to get right to the show we're going to get to the show. But first we don't really have a sponsor, but we have. I haven't a mascot either us we have a thirst views. Let me see that if I may show the camera the appropriate, we disease that you got this correct right now, where did you get this. Somebody gave it to me. Okay. On what that means? This is profit twelve. This is allegedly the whiskey of one Conrad says, paying tribute to where it all began for me Dublin, twelve our master distiller and what isn't who gives a ship anyway. So why don't you hand out the glasses? We're going to start today's a little bit in any way. We have made a pledge to one another, right? We're not gonna get sauced chilling in the cut here or he's going to have a little bit enjoy and realizing that I realized there's going to be some hard that's out there who's look at this, what you guys just promoted beggar? No, we're just having a good time. There's a thing called fun you sometime. It's good anyway. Ribaud all going to have a need. Is that how this gonna go or what just. Three fingers, Jesus. Okay. Mark. Healthy. That's not a kiss portion at all, and I'm it out. Here we go and we're gonna test..

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"master distiller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

14:03 min | 2 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Master distiller buffalo trace distillery joining us front and center Harlan. I have just poured a beautiful glass of the buffalo trace Kentucky straight bourbon, whiskey, and before I get ready to do my color analysis in my aroma analysis and tastes analysis. Tell us about this specific bourbon, the composition the various elements raw materials that you use obviously corn at least fifty one percent. But what makes the buffalo trace bourbon unique? Well, the main thing the main difference between buffalo trace probably competitors is. Small batch. Very hands on we taste every single patch. We actually compare to the very first batch we made. Nine we use corn, right? So we say the, right. Bourbon whiskey straight bourbon, whiskey. We are target is eight years old. Even though we don't put that on the bottle is our target. We with our taste profile and looking for it's one of our low ri- recipes, so we're looking for sweetness, but we're also balancing that with age and with that ride give it a little bit of character and complexity so I think compared to our competitors in the crash range, you're going to get a lot more flavor. Get a little bit of complexity in spikes trophy character. So well, an interesting because earlier on the show I was talking about when you have an older bourbon, you're going to have more of the chart oakwood flavors, which gives it a little bit more strength more fuller flavor. And if you add all high right content. You're really going to have a a flavorful powerhouse so with the lower right content and the longer age that balances out the buffalo trace of bit. That's right. That's what we're after. We're trying to balance that flavor as it ages. So the oldest of that recipe is the joystick stank and let that go for fifteen years, and of course, that's barrel. Strength. And so you're getting everything you love about that. And everything, you know, there is on cutting on filtered in the state, so and let's talk about barrel strength, while you're talking about that for people that may not know what is barrel strength. We've got we've got a few that we offer at barrel strength and the reas-. When we do that is because we want to show everybody what the maximum flavor and characteristics. There are in that recipe. So we use like buffalo trace recipe for for the stags. So that recipe, and then we also use the Thomas handy, which is the whisky. So if you like where I wished you, then we all for that. And then we also instead of using RAI we use tweet so read it. And the waiting brewery Weller. And so those three main recipes are are kind of our staff risk like ship west. And we offer that full strike so nothing is removed. They're so filtration, basically straight out of the barrel, minus the char. Gotcha. Now, I have the buffalo trace in front of me here. So I'm going to swirl it in my in my whiskey snifter here. First thing, I'm noticing the color. It's light light caramel color almost with a slight amber, hue, but very very pleasant looking gonna take the aroma here. Take one more sniff here trying to be professional Harlan like master distiller such as yourself to really capture all the nuances, and I'm noticing some sweetness condemning notice the corn a little bit of a floral type note on my on my nose here. But very very pleasant almost say a sweetness on the on the nose. You should you should be getting that. And I'm gonna say cheers to you. And I'm going to take a sip. Wow. That is very smooth a little bit of warmth on I use these CDW F. I call these cigar? Dave warm factor. And there's no right or wrong where it's not like you're writing something to me. It's just how much warmth is there on the palate. Going down to me. It's about a five, but it's very smooth. I like the flavor I can taste a little bit of the ri- definitely that that eight years of aging in the barrel. You get a little bit of that spiciness. But it is a very very pleasant shipping bourbon, and I'm gonna I always before I do anything Harlan. I always sip it neat. I want to get the full flavor. And then I'll put a couple of rocks in there, and and then she'll just a little bit. But very pleasant and again for the price. I think I've seen this anywhere between twenty five to twenty eight dollars. You can't go wrong. That's kind of way we feel about it. But it's up to the customer. So if we have a room full of one hundred people generally, there's going to be twenty five or thirty of those that really really like it. And then there's going to be twenty five or thirty people that really like say Ryan, whiskey or they might like a weed weeded bourbon. So that's that's why we try to diversify or products. If you're not quite happy with that taste profile than we could we offer other things, but that's our flagship. That's the one that most Brown Harlan is at the number one seller for. That is our number one product. And that's the one that we make the most of. You know, we're we're continuing to build for the future. You know, people ask me, what do you do these days? We're basically preparing for managing growth, basically, preparing for the future. So I was gonna say we talked about maker's Mark earlier because I sip so makers Forty-six and a year and a half ago when makers had the brilliant idea that they would cut down the they would have a little bit more water content. So they would cut the bourbon and came out saying, well, it doesn't change the taste in any way, shape or form my answer. At the time was why would you screw around with a product that has been so successful and to your die hard consumers. You are changing the product and boy after two days backlash they changed their tune very very quickly. And even though bourbon is is the number one growth spirit now in the United States. And I'd probably venture the entire world. Just like cigars had a big renaissance. Big explosion manufacturers have to be very careful. And so you're preparing for the future. So you want to anticipate needs. But at the same time, you don't wanna just pump out a huge quantity and degrade the product in any way, shape or form. There's lots of ways to manage the growth makers chose that you know, they retracted its, but but one of the ways, unfortunately for us, we're to simply not going to change the quality of our products. But the the negative is we literally run out of open. So right. Eight years ago, we made a certain amount of bourbon, and that's always got, you know, people ask me all the time. Why don't you just make more and I would love to but we have to let at eight for eight years, which is different than other stories. The average age for other distillers is probably around four years old four or five at the most in all products are seven or eight years old. So it requires us to do a lot more planning put a lot more fervent away. We have to have more storage. A little bit more involved. But I can't snap my fingers and have more today. I'll have plenty of eight years. Hopefully, but that depends on the demand. So everybody needs a crystal ball. And you can't rush the hands of time. You cannot wash. Father time or mother nature. That's exactly right. Well, I have to tell you this buffalo trace goes beautifully with my family. Reserve fifty years cigar, which is a also very limited offering just wonderful compliment. Now. Let's talk about the eagle reserve. I've just opened the bottle in his you tell us about it. I'm going to pour it beautiful looking bottle Ego's probably my favorite bird because to me symbolizes. The expanse of the United States it symbolizes freedom. It's our national bird symbol for good reason because it's a powerful strong bird. So tell me about eagle rare single barrel. Eagle areas. Something that we've been really happy with over the years because we took a brand eagle has been around for long time. But we basically renovated it in two thousand and we changed the product completely from on every day over into a single barrel. Ten year old open, and we read the package the package is one of the few words by itself. But it's you know, it's a full body again. That is also the buffalo trace recipe mouth the differences you're doing single barrel. Ten years old. Flavor out of the wood, you know, more time in the woods and also different locations in the warehouse, which does play play a role in that bourbon because it's such a small amount when we bought it. So, you know, you're getting more flavor. Some people say that it might be a little bit slow there. I don't know. It just depends on. You know, the person because personally I like, oh say for different reasons, but your death. I pick it up more flavor. Little bit darker usually a little bit darker, but not much. So this is essentially the same buffalo trace mash Bill. The only difference is is that age ten years, and it's comes from a single barrel. That's right now. Do you get nuances from the various barrels based upon we talked about this based upon where your location is. So that every eagle rare single barrel could be just a little bit different. With slight nuances taste. That's a true statement. But we do still compare are eagle rare to a standard. So we we put let's say fifty sampled on the table, and we'll taste all fifty samples based on all the upfront work. So we'll do same recipe same style. Same or fermentation same. He's same style barrels. They've been aid for six months the chargers the same. So we tried to do a lot of work to keep it consistent way. You still have nuances within the would. And we try to go to generally the same okay in the warehouse. So really the only variable it's tough to manages the wood. So you do get changes, and we still so the reason we taste the table is we compared to that, you know, the standard for some reason it's awful a little bit or different than will not use. It. So we do you know, it's pretty consistent. However, if you bought a bottle four years ago, there might be a slight difference one way or the other, but it should be pretty consistent. Well, let me I've got it in my my sniffer here. And I would say that it is what I call the Rosetto golden color meeting us Rosetto in Spanish is red. So it's a reddish golden hue. Let me take little sniff here the aroma. I would say it's I know it's very tame. It's very smooth notes of vanilla. But just very pleasant. Let me now take a taste. I'll say tears. Wow. Very balanced smooth. Delicious. No bite. Not noticing for tenure. I'm not noticing that real harsh spiciness. It's just a very pleasant with a deeper warmth than the buffalo. Trace. Things will pretty adamant about is on all bourbon, whiskey, really. In fact, everything we produce. We don't want the b word either bite or burn. Right. You know, if you if you get that, there's an purity in there somewhere that shouldn't be there. And you know, it's hot from alcohol difference. But if you if you even a stag, which is sometimes one hundred and forty five proof, you shouldn't get a unpleasant burn. You'll get the alcohol, but you will not get a drinkable product even at a hundred and forty five proofs, and that's all by design because of the east because of the way we distill it the way we age it and all that it's by design. You're really splitting hairs to took. Consumer drinks are casually. They may not pick up on some of those things. But if you drink it everyday and continue to try different you'll you'll figure out there's some burgers that are better than others. Well, this is very smooth for tenure beautiful. I mean, just absolutely pleasant and suggested retail somewhere between thirty to thirty five. I saw this locally here for about thirty thirty one ninety nine for a ten year age bourbon single barrel. That's cheap. Well, we try to and actually we do that with all of our products. We try to be fair. Even though these days, you can get up shaming bottles that sell for free thousand bucks. Right. But that's not us. You know, we we charge a fair price because we're planning for the long haul looking ill twenty three years twenty five years down the road. And we're not we don't want people to think that worked out, and and we're taking advantage of the situation, you're building loyal consumers. And that's exactly what you want you want those consumers fifteen twenty thirty years. That's right. That's what we're trying to do. Holland. Can I keep you on for a couple of more minutes after the time out here? Because I want to talk about the pappy van winkle that I wanna talk about your single oh project, and you're experimental collection. Our guest is Harlen Wheatley master distiller buffalo trace our final concluding segment of this edition of the cigar. Dave show is next.

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"master distiller" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Davidson the the proprietor of the founder of the master distiller at main craft distilling wonderful hospitality wonderful guy and they have an incredible array of spirits including two rum's first up that we are going to sample is their main craft distilling ration expedition rum age in new barrels for three months and the looking at the bottle this is almost this looks like really deep deep dark almost like a cognac it's that dark but the libation inspired from the british naval rations and this particular is dark very i've tasted it it's about what ninety proof forty five percent alcohol by volume wow this has got a very very nice taste on the nose big dumb grab a cup snifter cheers wow lot of rome on the news and there is no spices added to this this is flavorful while there's almost tastes like a cardiac s flavorful smooth what do you think tommy story but now this has a very unique aroma on the orange line even the liquid look orangey.

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"master distiller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Davidson the the proprietor of the founder of the master distiller at main craft distilling wonderful hospitality wonderful guy and they have an incredible array of spirits including two rum's first up that we are going to sample is their main craft distilling ration expedition rum asia new oak barrels for three months and the looking at the bottle this is almost this looks like really a deep deep dark almost like a cognac it's that dark but the libation inspired from the british naval rations and this particular is dark very i've tasted it it's about what ninety proof forty five percent alcohol by volume wow this has got a very very nice taste on the nose big dumb grab a cup snifter cheers wow lot of rome on the news and there is no spices added to this flavorful while this almost tastes like a cardiac very kuniaki flavorful smooth what do you think tommy de bourbon barrel bottle to it does it all their bottles are pretty similar but they do a very nice job and i bend it like i said the distillery and this comes out of franken still they built their own still and it looks like franken still when you when you look at it but they didn't typical american entrepreneurial story luke started it didn't have a ton of capital but all much of their of their the grain is is sourced from maine i do not believe that this is for main but very very pleasant so somebody day what do you think sean yeah the liquid look it does so let's take a sip here tastes outline flavors graham in years though has gone already mastic.

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"master distiller" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

Sips, Suds, & Smokes

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Sips, Suds, & Smokes

"Nice yet the percentages on that at all her uh did they did they publish thought now this not republicans no words doesn't tell you on the ballot tells amelia bottled it that these three different recipes we just kind of you we can look that up to see which ones they were and and stuff but once you get to that old you know using some some high quality are no i i i've now never had a bad thing to say about any foreigners is mashego yeah there's this good you know but this could nice coppercoloured to him you know on the nose again ah i get some bonilla and get some spices get some fruit very nice on the power right away he gets right away get vanilla in oak and the pilot follows through with yet some since get some fruit and there some cherries cinnamon brown sugar the system just a beautiful blend i mean with the way they put these together and you know the master distiller their brunell ian he does a great job of of of figuring out what he wants to pull you know from where and put them together and in on mixed make as little blend mix in a nice little beautiful bourbon i mean this was this war this one we didn't do on our show this year but how wet in time so i'm glaring you're right now because the epa pick a rescue in taste together nobody's my best of this was you know when i look at my best of i mean i realize we had some great things we have we have some not so great things we had but this one for my whole entire year was the best bourbon that i had and i am nizamettin animal some you guys it's unobtainable well it is it is now it is unattainable to an extent but i mean it's out there i mean there's there's two thousand and out the back spotless says 70 see how he bought his from europe he's a cheer and he now as shame.

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"master distiller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Two nine three seven seven six has james harrison ruined his legacy with the steelers or is this something out of nothing situation i'm clinton gates today libertad show was to guts on espn radio in baseball a smooth swing is the best way to get a hit in bourbon as through taste is the best way to win over fans and larceny weeded bourbon is the key to smooth just like a scout lewis at a pick great players they're master distiller hand selects only the finest barrels for true small batch bourbon larceny bourbon is awardwinning and made with more wheat for a smoother taste is bourbon making at its best get caught in the act unlock the smoothness of larceny bourbon today try some for yourself dnc wisely drink wisely larceny bourbon bar tsao kentucky 46 percent alcohol by volume kedo's oh i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gaiko i've never felt more alive disclaimer cannot guarantee you will feel more alive you are the possess functioning respiratory and circulatory systems all you do not all you are as on the if you are in due to brainstorm zombie and you'd like to save money on car insurance gaiko legal team applaud your excellent life choices even in your shambling after life but we strongly encourage you to visit geico dot com or download the diko app pleased a minimum of five hundred feet away from our lord and presumably delicious delicious brayton's geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more live with our so was to radio and the espn app is presented by progressive insurance all guests on the dan libertad show appear via the show pennzoil performers lied you want to get it touch it'd be two ways folks the one hundred flowers twitter feed at clinton gates at espn radio or give us a phone call one eight eight eight eight years p n one eight eight eight seven to nine three seven seven six but right now staffer sports in our update the oklahoma city thunder big three of westbrook george end melo combined for 81 points in the.

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"master distiller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:59 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"They pay day it is bate they larceny bourbon people if you are relieved because the bucket of death is now out of your life for the year and you want to celebrate and some one larceny bourbon is the way to go tell him so you've got yup it's the perfect thing to celebrate whereas we love in larceny weeded bourbon man they are the key to smooth they really are i love larceny weeded bourbon i'm gonna joy some today on the golf course just a scout knows at a big rape liars they're master distiller hand select only the finest barrels for a true small batch berbick larceny bourbon is awardwinning end may with more wheat for a smoother taste it's bourbon making at its best get caught in the act the smoothness of larceny bourbon today dry some for yourself fake wisely drake wisely larceny bourbon barge down kentucky 46 percent alcohol by volume valencia valencia is from the liberal barschel on espn radio get in touch with the show any time to the one eight hundred flowers twitter feed at laboratory joe at still got seven ninety day and it is time for straight talk at is brought to you by straight talk wireless best phones best networks no contract well i am going to give you the straight talk right here about adam schefter i'm gonna give you the straight talk adam schefter of men a year ago signed a contract in error extended a is responsibilities by becoming also a basketball reporter adam schefter it's pretty clear is a great reporter abut he's known as a great football reporter it seems like adam schefter wants to be more than just a great football reporter 'cause he's doing stuff with basketball but when he did stuff with basketball i thought that was curious i think mike ryan said he'll be better than woge he's going to conquer everything i'm like now that's not quite how that one worked in a field sources over time in a sport and there's nobody better at it in the history of journalism in sports than adrian woge morale's i agree with mike at the time but i think the threat of adam schefter really made woge better.

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"master distiller" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Original master distiller and motlana was his nephew there's this home legacy of an an a beauty of it is it's real man it among you'll it's all right there still this safe mr jacked we died he kicked his safe in his office broke his toga gangrene and died that's a real story he adds that this save you still there i mean this was a long time we down the net happen to people so it's really a cool place and they built a really beautiful place the tour now in check it out but on his one weekend they have the barbecue championship although libya about one hundred barbecue choose from around the country all the leaders will com it is a for a for a barbecue competition guy there is no more prestigious award and i get the judge and they bring bringing a bunch of celebs sure who is a lot of fog so the of the lady want you to cook with judd diagnose or'suggest a regular barbecue competitions did i say cook with jack daniels in your barbecue or matter what they do is they have a saudi the honor of they still do i do they must they used to give you a half gallon now to give you a little bottle and they ask you to make the sauce category they asked you can add years from jack daniels to your saw okay everybody does or not i don't know other nance the main fourcategory but then they also made up big attempt to get a bunch of european teams to calm so the earth from all over world not even as europe and so they have a one category in its cooking from the homelan could he get all kinds of crazy so that's probably the most fun category to judge the rest of it there are also good at it that they kind of make it all the saving little boring judge well i'll tell you what uh pick jigs actually happening today which is saturday with this is a pretake joe you there i think i can be there now that we're taping the show so i may hang out in and see my people it's it's all for a wonderful 'cause i know all the gaza put that together good guys and uh you know it's one of.

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"master distiller" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

SOFREP Radio

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on SOFREP Radio

"He's the man i i mean it was a great pick for that is the guy asked invite to any party i throw because he will be the life of the party and sometimes i give you the whole issue kinda wanna take a break and leg tip off you know he'll keep it going gravitate around him he he definitely is the life of the party um so i wanna get into some of the announcements going on with the radio show i mentioned in the last up so the audition and what we have in store for 2018 but before that we had to release parties for all your book bounty hunter four three i was the first of which was which was an eminently loonies here in the city and then you just had won the same these jacks wedding in pennsylvania yes that was beautifully friend dan cooler than cool exile his distillery he's a master distiller and his distilleries called tattered flag brewery which they were gracious enough to host a booksigning event for me where i mean they may shore you know um i had books there there are so awesome beers you know i think they have like a like a mango and goes pepper beer agades it's crazy they call it a man ghost it's forget an amazing man i actually so you know i don't really drink much but every now and again i did once try a mango habanero beer and the reason why is like i love mango have wings let's yeah and so i was going to have to try this it was it was it it's interesting pool what this one is it's crazy because the gospel soul soldal you don't feel it at all except in in the warmth in your throw and it's not even like a discomfort is just like a wall there's there's a little warmth from the back and the it's crazy i dunno i blew my mind not actually spicy no it's not spies ages gives you a little eating it throat so is that combination really of cool and the contras of cool and warm that's why it's blood doubt it's crazy it's awesome got to try it man dan is always experiment out again is a million jobs boro he's the best distiller other the only distiller i know he is sick like his single more is bananas.

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"master distiller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:46 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Think there's a lot that comes with it and it's not just it's not just doesn't look that's not just what you do your success on the court there are a lot of elements that go into a brand partnership and the reason why people by pay you that much money in order to represent a brand and not that includes professionalism type include showing up on time doing your job i mean those are like the intangibles that are not written in the contract and those are important wages are are you saying at one point or are you still which are you clumsy mm one thing now all right clumsy terms am i'm saying okay noon new book unstoppable my life so far is available now uh i don't know whether we succeed ask all the questions that you haven't gotten before but extremely well uh what what is the question about serena that i could ask you that you have not been asked before because i'm lama extent good good luck with that okay three and a question i did you right um thank you for being on one side of the question when i thank you for having me i have one question which i rather ashamed that you have the loudest grunt ever measured in the history of tennis oh i own it six hundred have a great day thank you let's project you may have been asked this question before but not quite that way would you have that didn't exist suggesting they had secured there's no way we own this ever entertain yeah it's gotta be dark slot poll sure the idea of a minor injuries to serena williams it doesn't allow her to play any more issue considered i'm not saying like a thought i think she made the she wished to the pond serena but not something that she would actually higher someone's you know i i i think she saw them hired some looked up numbers on the internet and then said no others if you enjoyed the footballs because you enjoyed the football weekend the right way tell them the that floor a lot of god's just like a scout big day players they're master distiller heads the legs only the flatness barrels rage through.

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"master distiller" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

Money Radio 1200AM

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"master distiller" Discussed on Money Radio 1200AM

"Luke davidson the pride or the founder of the master distiller at maine craft distilling wonderful hospitality wonderful guy and they have it in credible array of spirits including two rum's i up that we are going to sample is their main craft distilling ration expedition from new oak barrels for three months and the looking at the bottle this is almost this looks like really a deep deep dark all almost like a cognac it's that dark the libation inspired from the british naval rations and this particular is dark very i've tasted at it's about what ninety proof forty five percent alcohol by volume so let me get a schifter here we're gonna open that up take some of that tommy in for some audio dave wow this has got a very very nice taste on the nose big dumb grab a cut regulation after so here's picks up while lot of romanones noon and there is no spices added to this mrs flavor for while this of us tastes like a cornea s yeah very koniak he flavor full smooth what if a comedy that will tickets at a bourbon barrel bottle do it does have all their bottles are pretty similar but they do a very nice job and i've been to like i said that the story this comes out of franken still they built the rome still and it looks like franken still when you when you look at it but they didn't the typical american entrepreneurial story looks started it didn't have a ton of capital but all much of their of their the green is is sourced from main i do not believe that this is sourced from maine but very very pleasant so when you think i liked it it's got a lot of flavor lot of bob old this to it it'll probably holed up ten a cigar that anyone would a perfect combination with the davidoff tampa 700 to now next up we are going to go to the qquick rum and this is a spiced rump spices are added and qquick guy has something to do with moby dick there is a wheel on here i murray told me the story but now this has a very unique aroma israeli a little warmer shot it orange line yeah.

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