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    Cowdery Interview

    There is a great audio interview with Chuck on the K&L Spirits Blog (linked below). It runs about an hour but is well worth a listen.

    http://spiritsjournal.klwines.com/kl...k-cowdery.html

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    There's also a podcast version on Itunes for those that like to listen to on the run.

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    Just finished listening. Click play and then do some web surfing
    while you listen - you'll be surprised how quickly the hour goes by!

    Chuck sounds like his blog profile picture looks. Some interesting
    history discussed and his curmudgeon comment reminded me of his
    "Get off my lawn." comment here. Glad he took time to do this.
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    Someone will pay it. Someone always pays it.

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    Quote Originally Posted by silverfish View Post
    Chuck sounds like his blog profile picture looks.
    I have a great face for radio.

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    In listing to the podcast, I note that Chuck says "there isn't a bourbon made that is 51% corn".

    In fact, Woodstone Creek SBW is 51% corn.
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    "Drinking when we are not thirsty and making love at all seasons… that is all there is to distinguish us from other animals."

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    So I was only 99.99999999999999% right.

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    Great interview - addressed two issues I'm interested in, the bargain quality of bourbon and the non-distiller shell game. Thanks Chuck! You should do a weekly podcast.
    "Brown eyed women and red grenadine...
    the bottle was dusty but the liquor was clean." -Jerry Garcia

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    Quote Originally Posted by cowdery View Post
    So I was only 99.99999999999999% right.
    I didn't mean to tick you off, Chuck. Just trying to set the record straight.
    John B

    "Drinking when we are not thirsty and making love at all seasons… that is all there is to distinguish us from other animals."

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    Quote Originally Posted by flintlock View Post
    Great interview - addressed two issues I'm interested in, the bargain quality of bourbon and the non-distiller shell game. Thanks Chuck! You should do a weekly podcast.
    I loved the interview too and wish it was a regularly scheduled event. There's just so much ground to cover, and Chuck explains it all so well that even the average joe on the street would find it interesting. Good one, Chuck!
    "I distrust a man who says 'when.' He's got to be careful not to drink too much, because he's not to be trusted when he does." Sydney Greenstreet

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    Re: Cowdery Interview

    Quote Originally Posted by jburlowski View Post
    In listing to the podcast, I note that Chuck says "there isn't a bourbon made that is 51% corn".

    In fact, Woodstone Creek SBW is 51% corn.
    Quote Originally Posted by cowdery View Post
    So I was only 99.99999999999999% right.
    Have you tasted that stuff I'm siding with Chuck's original statement.
    Normal is an illusion. What is normal to the spider, is chaos for the fly.

 

 

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