In continuation of National Bourbon Heritage Month – and the last episode in our Bourbon series – this week’s guests are Peggy Noe Stevens and Susan Reigler, authors of Which Fork Do I Use With My Bourbon? Setting the Table for Tastings, Food Pairings, Dinners, and Cocktail Parties.
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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.
As I mentioned on Saturday, I was on my way to a camping weekend extravaganza in beautiful rural Pennsylvania… It did not disappoint. The weather was beyond beautiful. The camp was packed with a fabulous mix of folks as usual. We even had our own hashtag. Nailed to a tree. Yep, we were in nature but we were […]
I’ve got camping on the brain. In just a few short hours, this New Yorker will be hitting the road for rural Pennsylvania to commune with nature for an entire weekend. It’s true! We’ll be grilling various things outdoors, sitting around an absurdly large bonfire and sleeping under the stars, like you do. That’s camping, […]