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Like many spaces in the spirit world, the bourbon industry is known to be male-dominated, all the way from production to consumption....

Quarantine Has Changed How We Drink. Will It Stay Like This?

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Booze World News with Will Gray – The Spirit Guide Society Podcast

Last week I sat down with Pedro Shanahan of Seven Grand LA and The Spirit Guide Society to talk about what is happening in Kentucky with CoVid-19 as well as drink some fine whiskey. We shared some great stories about Kentucky, barrel picks, honey bees, and walked everyone through the notes on the whiskeys listed below.

Alcohol Subscription Services To Get You Through Quarantine

With bars and restaurants shuttered, many of us home-bound drinkers are missing the expert recommendations of sommeliers, cicerones, and bartenders. If you want to take the guesswork out of bottle shopping, opt for a curated delivery service, that offers personalized or expert-selected spirits, wines, and cocktails delivered right to your home.

A Brooklyn Bartender’s Guide to Surviving Quarantine

Around 9pm on Sunday, March 15th I received a text message from a friend simply saying, “It’s...

United Airlines Adds Kosher Wines To Select Business Class Routes

United Airlines will now be serving kosher wines in business class on select flights starting Feb. 1....

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