Wednesday, September 9, 2009

The New Bourbon Country Reader Is Here.

Volume 12, Number 2 went into the mail last week, so all subscribers should have it by now.

In its unlikely 16th year of publication, The Bourbon Country Reader is still the only periodical devoted entirely to American whiskey.

We are always independent and idiosyncratic. We have no distillery affiliation and accept no advertising.

To join the party, you have to subscribe. Yes, it's old tree-based media. Indulge in the nostalgia.

The main story in this new issue is "25 Stops That Should Be On The Kentucky Bourbon Trail," which I think is self-explanatory. We also say goodby to Jimmy Bedford and sample some of the newly released limited edition American whiskeys.

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1 comment:

sku said...

I loved the 25 stops and it's a great corollary to your article in this month's Malt Advocate about visiting Kentucky. Now, I just need to plan a trip there.