099 – Is Experimentation with Bourbon a Gimmick? New Vintage Spirit Laws with Fred Minnick, Bourbon Author, Pundit and Expert

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Fred Minnick, Bourbon Author, Pundit, and Expert, joins us to discuss the San Francisco Spirits Competition, asking if bourbon is just a gimmick when it comes to experimentation, how the new vintage spirits law will effect Louisville, and if pricing has gone out of whack!

Show Notes:

  • So what’s new since the last time we chatted?
  • What are you doing for the Bourbon and Beyond Festival?
  • I hear there is a Bourbon Cruise?
  • You’re also going to be at Forecastle
  • Let’s talk about the new Dusty law
  • So lets talk about San Francisco. Lets talk about the upsets.
  • Who doesn’t get a golden medal or a star?
  • Is bourbon turning into a gimmick for releases?
  • Can we stop it with the experimentation? At what point does it go to far?
  • Pricing is out of whack. How do we as consumers fix this?

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