I wonder if anyone has anything to offer about the art of actually making the bourbon - what factors play in, what temperature ranges are best for aging, types of corn and grain, shape, size and type of still, if there's any variation among methods of making the barrels - unfortunately I don't have the knowledge to offer any comment, but I'm very interested to learn more from our members with this kind of knowledge.
Forgive me if this has been discussed, but I didn't see any other threads on the subject. Of course this discussion would be for the purpose of bourbon education only, and not used for violating any laws.