This week’s guests on the Bit by a Fox Podcast are Nora Ganley-Roper and Adam Polonski, the husband and wife team behind Lost Lantern, a new independent bottler of American craft whiskey modeled after the long tradition of independent bottlers in Scotland.
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This week’s guest is David Vitale, founder of Australian whisky brand Starward. David and I discussed the unique quality that red wine barrels bring to Starward, the fascinating history of Australian whisky, and his recent move to the states in order to help his brand thrive here.
In continuation of National Bourbon Heritage Month, this week’s guest on the Bit by a Fox Podcast is Trey Zoeller, founder of Jefferson’s Bourbon, a collection of small batch bourbons founded in 1997, before there was much of a ‘craft’ spirits industry to speak of.
This week our guest on the Bit by a Fox Podcast is Nicole Austin, the charming head distiller at Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. better known as the George Dickel distillery.
We’re kicking off National Bourbon Heritage Month with MGP’s David Whitmer, the master blender behind the coveted Remus Repeal Reserve.
Award-winning bartender and industry veteran H. Joseph Ehrmann chats about his 30+ journey in the food and beverage industry, his legendary San Francisco bar Elixir, and his new line of cold pressed cocktail mixers, Fresh Victor.
This week on the Bit by a Fox Podcast we have return guest food stylist, producer, author, and spirit guide to all things la dolce vita, Annette Joseph who’s just written her third book, a memoir, Italy Is My Boyfriend.
St. George Spirits, founded in 1982, is one of the OG craft distilleries in the country. Located in Northern California and founded by German born distilling legend Jörg Rupf, St. George Spirits helped to kick off the modern American distillation movement as we know it. Their fascinating story is told by this week’s guests, the very entertaining distillers of St. George Spirits: Lance Winters and Dave Smith.
For this week’s Bit by a Fox Podcast, Thibaut Le Mailloux, the CIVC’s Communications Director, sat down with my from his home in France, to discuss life during quarantine, how wine growers are adapting to climate change, and the aggressive sustainability plans in place for the Champagne region.
The Coronavirus continues to keep many of us quarantined, and without the luxury of going out to bars and restaurants, there’s a LOT of home bartending going on. LA bartender Ramsey Musk is here to help.
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