Brent Goodin, Master Distiller at Boundary Oak Distillery, discusses his new startup distillery and how his first bottle of bourbon off the line sold for $28,000.
- What’s your bourbon story? Do you have an earliest moment with bourbon?
- Are you picking up the family lineage of getting back into the bourbon industry?
- What led you to becoming a Master Distiller? Any influencers along the way?
- How long have you been practicing your trade?
- Where does the name Boundary Oak come from?
- Where is your location in relation to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail?
- I don’t get to use this word very often, but What’s it mean to be the first distiller in Hardin County after a “centennial plus some”?
- There was an Insider Louisville article lately that talked about a record being broken for the most paid for a first bottle of bourbon. Talk about that
- Most consumers think 2 year old bourbon is under-aged. Are you doing something different to age your bourbon to make it more appealing?
- How big is your operation? and how many barrels can you age?
- Are you thinking you are going to have multiple brands or mix them all together to have a consistent flavor?
- What price point are you targeting?
- As with most distillery startups, you already have a product for sale, Kentucky Amber, talk about it a bit
- How can people get a hold of you and learn more about the distillery?