At work today, I found out on Saturday, July 6th, the History Channel ran a half hour program on bourbon. It will be repeated on Saturday, July 13th at 6:00 to 6:30 pm CDST. Here's what The History Channel had to say about the program:
Hands on History
Saturday , July 13 6:00 PM-6:30 PM
Ron Hazelton raises his glass in honor of the time-honored tradition of making bourbon, the only alcoholic spirit that's history is entirely American. A year after the Whiskey Rebellion, Jacob Beam began selling whiskey in Kentucky. A mash made of corn, rye, and malt, the whiskey took its name from the state's Bourbon County. Six generations later the Beam family distillery is the world's largest maker of bourbon. Ron learns the 4-year process at the Jim Beam Distillery in Clermont, Kentucky. TV G
Did anyone see this program, is it worth taping?