Tag: bourbon

2019 BRIAN’S BOOK AND A BOTTLE ™

With the holidays upon us, avoid the awkwardness of lame host gifts and never knowing what to get for bosses, co-workers, and other hard-to-shop-for friends and family.  Brian’s Book and a Bottle™ has the right suggestion for everyone on your list: For your business…

Sipp’n Corn Tasting Notes – My Imperial Stout Diversion with the Bourbon Community Roundtable

I’m way behind the curve on barrel-aged Imperial Stout.  I never really gave bourbon-barrel aged anything a chance because more than a decade ago, when bourbon barrel aging started creeping into beer and wine, I liked to keep my beer and my bourbon separate….

Sipp’n Corn Tasting Notes: 2019 Four Roses Limited Edition Small Batch

I love this time of the year!  It’s Bourbon Heritage Month and that means Four Roses releases its annual Limited Edition Small Batch.  With its unique 10 recipes Four Roses has a tremendous single barrel program, but it really allows Four Roses to shine…

Sipp’n Corn Tasting Notes – Old Taylor (1953) Bottled in Bond; Old Fitzgerald Decanter; and Cream of Kentucky

The Frazier History Museum presents a bourbon series and I was lucky enough to be part of it earlier this summer to discuss Bourbon Justice alongside legendary Master Distiller Jim Rutledge and incomparable Heaven Hill brand ambassador and author Bernie Lubbers. In addition to…

Bourbon History Matters as a Matter of Law

I’m pleased to announce that The Kentucky Journal of Equine, Agriculture, & Natural Resources has published an article that I wrote with Melissa Whitehead, a former associate at my firm who helped with the Sazerac v. Peristyle litigation.  The 2018 ruling by the Sixth Circuit—on National Bourbon Day…