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The Bourbon Talk Show: Season 2 / Episode 19 - Barry Brinegar and Colin Blake

The Bourbon Talk Show: Season 2 / Episode 19 - Barry Brinegar and Colin Blake

In this episode, they speak to Barry Brinegar of William Tarr Distillery in Lexington, Kentucky, and Moonshine University out of Louisville, Kentucky.

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Thems there Fightin Words in Indiana

Thems there Fightin Words in Indiana

Co-hosts : Made Man Brent, Good ol Boy Alan, Made Man Maury, Good ol Boy Justin, and Made Man Bob SIPS ¬†Episode ‚Äď ¬†A bunch of sourced whiskey from MGP. Nothing worse than having the Dead Man‚Äôs Hand. You should bet on this whiskey. Thank god the lawyers are not doing the math on what makes quality whiskey. Fred Noe walks in and crushes the conversation on quality with an interesting 15-year Knob Creek. Beam is sitting on the largest inventory of well-aged whiskey in KY. We taste and rate the¬†following whiskey from 1-5:¬†¬† 6:40 Deadwood Straight Bourbon-¬† 81 proof...

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The Bourbon Show #96: Barry Brinegar, Co-Founder, Wm. Tarr Distillery

The Bourbon Show #96: Barry Brinegar, Co-Founder, Wm. Tarr Distillery

Steve & Jeremy interview Barry Brinegar of Wm. Tarr Distillery in Lexington. The Bourbon Show music (Whiskey on the Mississippi) is by Kevin MacLeod

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Repeal Day

Repeal Day

Celebrate Your Constitutional Right to Drink with Wm. Tarr Distillery Insiders relish the day Americans regained their freedom to consume alcohol On January 16, 1919, the 18th Amendment to the United States Constitution passed, making all production and consumption of alcohol illegal. So began Prohibition, widely known as one of the darkest periods in American history. Crime, drunkenness, and distrust for the government ran rampant in the U.S., and some people saw no way out. Wm. Tarr Distillery, founded in 1865 in Lexington, KY as the Ashland Distillery, struggled immensely during this time. On a cold March night in 1920, a...

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