I just saw a commercial blurb for a new bourbon book and I came here as registered to see if anyone has read it yet and has opinions. I'm not quite to the point where I buy every single bourbon book as it comes out...
Bourbon Whiskey Our Native Spirit: Sour Mash and Sweet Adventures
Travel the Whiskey Trail and around the country with whiskey professor Bernie Lubbers as he reveals the history and process of making and selling America's native spirit. Sharing his homespun Kentucky wisdom and outrageous whiskey adventures Bernie engages the reader with humorous tales throughout the book. But, Bourbon Whiskey our Native Spirit isn't all fun and games. The Whiskey Professor enlightens with a rock solid history of the spirit, the industry and its legends. Readers will also be delighted with bourbon and whiskey recipes for drinks and food contributed by bars and restaurants along the Whiskey Trail and the professors own family archives.
About the Author
Bernie Lubbers is the Whiskey Professor for Beam Global Spirits and Wine - the best job title on the planet. Before becoming a Whiskey Professor Bernie was a comedian for 25 years and knows how to tell a story. He was named Global Whiskey Ambassador of the Year, 2009 by Whiskey Magazine.
- Paperback: 192 pages
- Publisher: Blue River Press (April 1, 2011)