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  • Pennsylvania and the Origins of American Whiskey

    Pennsylvania and the Origins of American Whiskey
    When you think of whiskey, you probably think Tennessee or Kentucky, but the story of American Whiskey actually began right in our backyard in Pennsylvania—long before bourbon was ever a thing.

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  • Whiskey Wednesday with Marc: Kentucky Classics

    Whiskey Wednesday with Marc: Kentucky Classics

    With two centuries of whiskey-making experience, it’s safe to say Kentucky knows what they’re doing when it comes to bourbon. So what is it about Kentucky that makes for such great and distinctive whiskey? Water The water in Kentucky was practically made for making bourbon. Kentucky sits on a bed of blue limestone, which acts as a natural water filter. The water picks up yeast-friendly minerals like calcium and magnesium from the rock as it flows through it, but the rock also filters out bitter-tasting elements like iron. Soil Kentucky also boasts some of the richest, most fertile soil in the US, which...

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