Author Jenna Brownson joins the show along with defending bourbon trivia champ, Alica White. Evan and Seth try to take the crown while Steve moderates the madness. It's a close game but there is a new champ in town.
Pat Heist of Wilderness Trail Distillery in Danville, Ky joins the show. He discusses their recent expansion, the products they're producing and aging as well as how Wilderness Trail got its start. Pat also schools the guys on the science behind Ferm Solutions, a leading research, product development, engineering and technical service provider to the distilled spirits industry that he helped start. The boys drink Old Grand Dad Bottled in Bond and Seth reviews Heritage Distilling Brown Sugar Bourbon.
It's a bourbon bucketlist episode! Steve, Seth and Evan are joined by guest Heather Bean of Syntax Spirits. Each share their bourbon-specific bucket lists items.
President of Independent Stave Company and Fourth-generation cooper Brad Boswell joins the show to discuss the company's history, their stave and cooperage processes, the company's global presence and the effects that barrels impart on the spirts that are stored in them. The boys enjoy Jefferenson's Reserve and Seth reviews Boone County Distilling's Eighteen 33 bourbon.
Have a bourbon fan on your list this holiday season? Are you a bourbon fan looking for great gift ideas for others to get you? Never fear, The Bourbon Show is here! Steve, Seth and Evan are joined by Alicia (BourbonSipper) and share their 12 ideal bourbon gift ideas.
It's a special Thanksgiving episode! Steve, Seth and Evan share what they're thankful for while sipping on Wild Turkey and Michter's.
Heather Bean, founder of Syntax Spirits in Greeley, Colorado joins the show and discusses everything from starting the distillery to kayak polo. The guys drink Buffalo Trace and Seth reviews Heritage Distilling's Elk Rider Rye.
Special guests Christine Riggleman of Silverback Distillery (episode 1) and the Bourbonsipper (Alicia) join Steve, Seth and Evan for a fun game of bourbon trivia.
Trey Zoeller, founder of Jefferson's Bourbon joins the guys to discuss the past, present and future of Jefferson's. Steve, Seth and Evan sip on Jack Daniel's.
It's a lighthearted episode for a dark and scary day. Evan makes "bourbon" while everyone shares their favorite scary movies and some of their biggest fears. The Bourbon Show Shot is created.
The boys celebrate Seth's 40th birthday by sharing their list of 40 bourbons everyone should have in their cabinet.
Colin Campbell, founder of Cadee Distillery (cadeedistillery.com) in Clinton, WA joins the show and discusses his current and future offerings as well as starting the distillery on what he calls The Isle of Whidbey.
Steve, Seth and Evan discuss steaks and the long and storied history of Wild Turkey. Steve "enjoys" some Wild Turkey American Honey while Seth has a pour of an Eagle Rare store pick and Evan sips some Four Rose Small Batch.
Steve, Seth and Evan review samples of Whoop & Holler, the 28 year old American Whiskey joining the Orphan Barrel lineup this Fall.
Brandon Voorhees of Gray Skies Distillery (grayskiesdistillery.com) in Grand Rapids, Michigan shares his story of starting the distillery and discusses their current and future offerings. Evan is on-site at Gray Skies and tries their aging bourbon. Steve and Seth enjoy Evan Williams Single Barrel.
Steve, Seth and Evan talk about shirt mullets while enjoying E.H. Taylor Seasoned Wood, 1992 Old Charter 7 year and Jefferson's Chef's Collaboration. They also discuss Ulyses S. Grant, Chris Penn, Keith Richards, Hunter S. Thompson, Johnny Depp and Harry S. Truman and the bourbon they enjoy(ed).
Steve, Seth and Evan discuss Greedo from Star Wars and the life and times of Elmer T. Lee. Seth and Steve enjoy a glass of ETL as well as a sample of 1992 Elmer T. Lee while Evan drinks a Perrin Lil' Griz.
Joe and Lauren Luby, founders of Las Vegas-based Two Bitch Spirits (twobitchspirits.com) join Steve, Seth and Evan to discuss their pursuit of starting the distillery, what sparked their desire to start the business, crowd-funding and their partnership with George Racz of Las Vegas Distillery.
Christine Riggleman, founder and CEO of Silverback Distillery (sbdistillery.com) in Afton, Virginia joins Steve, Seth and Evan to discuss her experiences in starting the distillery, their future releases including a straight bourbon whiskey and her newly released Blackback Rye whiskey, which the guys try on the show.