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p_elliott
03-07-2009, 00:01
Has anyone checked out bourbonblog.com they have short you tube type video's of bourbon related subjects. It's kinda interesting they only do about 4 or 5 video's a month but you can view past months video's.

Squash
03-07-2009, 05:45
I have not checked it out yet, but I will. Thanks for letting us know this is out there in cyberspace.

cowdery
03-07-2009, 16:32
Tom Fischer, the creator of bourbonblog.com, is a long-time regular, if infrequent, contributor here. The blog is a video document of Tom's personal bourbon journey. He has visited the gazebo often in recent years.

camduncan
03-07-2009, 19:40
I enjoy his blogs and often download them to watch on my Ipod during the commute to work on the train.

Speaking of Tom..... did he ever finish his Bourbon Documentary? And if so, is it available anywhere to purchase?

p_elliott
03-07-2009, 23:15
Tom Fischer, the creator of bourbonblog.com, is a long-time regular, if infrequent, contributor here. The blog is a video document of Tom's personal bourbon journey. He has visited the gazebo often in recent years.

What's his user name? I've been going to bourbon blog.com for months and didn't know he was a member here. And he's never mentioned SB on his web site that I can remember.

callmeox
03-08-2009, 06:42
His screen name is TomFischer

fishnbowljoe
03-08-2009, 07:15
He finished his documentary per say. He had a "premier" at the 2007 KBF. He did say that he was still putting some finishing touches on it. Some minor editing, and trying to fix something with the sound. IIRC it was in the theater in back of Kresco"s restaurant. I know it was on third street. Like Chuck alluded too, I also remember Tom was at the gazebo last year. Joe

cowdery
03-08-2009, 12:21
He seems to have abandoned the documentary in favor of the blog. That's how he put it, or perhaps he didn't use a word like "abandoned," but he transitioned the documentary into the blog.