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Independent bottling is common in Scotch, but not in American whiskey. Why? We ask Nora Ganley-Roper and Adam Polonski, founders of Lost Lantern, a fast-growing independent bottler of American whiskeys. They talk about the process of discovering unique spirits, picking which distilleries to work with, and what's next for American single malt, which has been a category focus for them.
Buffalo Trace Distillery is doubling their distilling capabilities. This has monumental ramifications for the whiskey industry, and represents an enormous production undertaking. Helping oversee this project is Danny Kahn, Distillation and Aging Operations Director at Sazerac. We talked with Kahn about the massive upgrade at Buffalo Trace, while also delving into Sazerac's future overall, whether whiskey terroir exists, his career ...
Fresh off being named the new Master Distiller of Woodford Reserve, Elizabeth McCall joins us to talk about what's next for the brand, learning under the former Master Distiller Chris Morris, expanding Woodford's production, sustainability in the whiskey industry, and how young people can get involved in the industry.
In this episode, we discuss current legal topics in the alcohol industry, which will be explored further during the annual Legal Symposium (March 13-15) of the National Alcohol Beverage Control Association (NABCA). Joining us are NABCA CEO Neal Insley and NABCA Associate General Council Buddy Buckner. What are the pressing alcohol legal questions of the day? And how much did the Covid-19 pandemic affect that? Tune in to find out! A...
Beverage Dynamics Editor Kyle Swartz talks with small-business expert, author and BARC speaker Tom Shay about the importance of beverage alcohol retail mastermind groups.
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