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tachyonshuggy
05-13-2006, 20:27
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NYhyNnO2Lw&search=bourbon

Stumbled across this today while poking around YouTube.

BarItemsPlus1
05-13-2006, 21:59
Nice one Tachyonshuggy!!
I really enjoy watching these informative videos.
Now I am really looking forward to the trip in Sept. to Marker's Mark!!

Virus_Of_Life
05-13-2006, 23:00
Watched that episode a few times! I think it aired before chistmas time originally. I love the cooking channel and Alton is incredibly knowledgable, not to mention pretty dang funny!

tachyonshuggy
05-14-2006, 11:39
I'd been trying various search terms to try to find listworthy links but turned up very little. I DID turn up this well-done (if lo-fi) tutorial on making old fashioneds:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgaW8c8dC04&search=bourbon%20whiskey

I'll probably cross-post to the new old fashioned thread :)

brian12069
05-14-2006, 14:54
I'd been trying various search terms to try to find listworthy links but turned up very little. I DID turn up this well-done (if lo-fi) tutorial on making old fashioneds:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cgaW8c8dC04&search=bourbon%20whiskey

I'll probably cross-post to the new old fashioned thread :)

I just watched that. Thats not an Old Fashioned is it? With soda in it?

JeffRenner
05-17-2006, 18:00
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4NYhyNnO2Lw&search=bourbon

Stumbled across this today while poking around YouTube.

I agree with Troy - nice find. But I notice that he said all you need is corn, water, yeast and a little wheat, which "makes an interesting flavor and helps the fermentation a little bit," or something like that. No mention of barley malt. And wheat doesn't really help fermentation. Maybe he was thinking of malt, which not only helps fermentation but makes it possible by converting the starches to fermentable sugars for the yeast to convert to alcohol.

Jeff