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Rapid-ageing ‘will not solve whiskey shortages’

8th August, 2016 by Amy Hopkins - The Spirits Business

Sazerac, owner of Buffalo Trace Bourbon, said it does not believe so-called ‘fast-ageing’ in whiskey is a “viable solution to current shortages” that continue to impact the sector.

Earlier this year Sazerac announced plans to plough US$200 million into expanding production at the Frankfort-based Buffalo Trace Distillery following its admittance that the site still struggles to meet soaring demand. Click Here To Read More!

Roger visits Knoxville Bartending School

Roger Oldham, President of the Professional Bartending Schools of America, stopped Tuesday night in Knoxville and visited the Professional Bartending School operated by David Edwards. Roger had a chance to meet the new class that just started and listened in on Victor, their evening instructor lecture at the start of class. Victor has been with the school 3 years and has much knowledge about the industry as well as the drinks. The Knoxville school has done very well during these tough times and David attributes his success to his commitment to finding his graduates good bartending jobs.

This is the third of a series of "Did You Know?".This will be information about the world of spirits. I will be featuring a different spirit in each "Did You Know" blog.

Beer is a food product and does have a shelf life. Anheuser Busch Beers packaged in bottles and cans has a shelf life of 110 days from the

This is the fourth of a series of "Did You Know?". This will be information about the world of spirits. I will be featuring a different spirit in each "Did You Know" blog.

 

Red Stripe Beer was 1st brewed in 1928 at Surrey Brewery located in Kingston, Jamaica.

Tuaca is an Italian Liqueur that contains a hint of vanilla and citrus in flavor.Tuaca is an Italian Liqueur that contains a hint of vanilla and citrus in flavor.

During the Renaissance Era, Tuaca was created for Lorenzo the Magnificent, an Italian Ruler.

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