The Fred Minnick Show Podcast

The Fred Minnick Show Podcast

The Fred Minnick Show features spirits author, historian and curator Fred Minnick, who interviews musicians and pairs whiskeys to their palates. Through the journey, the artists open up to Minnick about life tribulations, what it's like on the road and their favorite foods. Really, it's just two people tasting and talking.... Show More
July 6, 2020 57 min
On this episode, Fred interviews country singer-songwriter Lee Brice, who this year won an American Country Music Award for his single "Rumor." He also has won ACM awards for songs such as "I Don't Dance" and "I Drive Your Truck." During the show, Fred and Lee sip several bourbons, including a vintage Hirsch, which Fred calls one of the greatest bourbons ever made. Here's what they tasted and discussed, along with chatting about everything from Sweetens Cove Batch 1, 13 years, 102.18 Proof AH Hirsch Reserve, Distilled in 1974, 16 years, 91.6 Proof Smoke Wagon Private Barrel, 12 years, 111 Proof Old Potrero Single Malt, Straight Rye Whiskey, San Francisco, 97 Proof Very Old Barton, 6 years, 100 Proof FOLLOW LEE https://www.instagram.com/leebrice/ https://twitter.com/leebrice https://www.youtube.com/user/LeeBriceMusic https://www.facebook.com/leebricemusic FOLLOW FRED https://www.instagram.com/fredminnick/ https://twitter.com/FredMinnick https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCyE_GJtYr3yowks2iv1o4jg https://www.facebook.com/fred.minnick/ SPONSORS 291 Colorado Whiskey: https://distillery291.com/ Michter's: https://michters.com/ B-Line (Northern Kentucky Bourbon Trail): https://findyoursippingpoint.com/ See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
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