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Kentucky Bourbon Whiskey: An American Heritage

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fricky

I read the book and found it to be very interesting. It is well organized, clearly written, informative, and concise. Once I started reading, i couldn't put it down. I enjoyed reading about the impact of whiskey and bourbon during various events in US history. The book should appeal to bourbon enthusiasts and aficionados.

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cowdery
I read the book and found it to be very interesting. It is well organized, clearly written, informative, and concise. Once I started reading, i couldn't put it down. I enjoyed reading about the impact of whiskey and bourbon during various events in US history. The book should appeal to bourbon enthusiasts and aficionados.

I'm sure Mike would appreciate it if you posted that as a review on Amazon. That goes for everyone else too. Positive consumer reviews on Amazon help sales a lot.

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squire

That's a good idea Chuck.

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MyOldKyDram

Very good and it will be a super easy recommendation. Great read.

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fricky
I'm sure Mike would appreciate it if you posted that as a review on Amazon. That goes for everyone else too. Positive consumer reviews on Amazon help sales a lot.

Thanks for the suggestion. My review has been posted on Amazon.

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callmeox

Got my copy today from AMZN. I shall dig in to it this evening and will definitely post a review.

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MacinJosh
Got my copy today from AMZN. I shall dig in to it this evening and will definitely post a review.

Ditto and ditto. Looking forward to reading this one Mike! Cheers!

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Pieface

I was thinking of getting the kindle edition. Are there photo's or images in the hard copy that would make it a preferable purchase?

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fricky
I was thinking of getting the kindle edition. Are there photo's or images in the hard copy that would make it a preferable purchase?

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fricky

Am I the only one that read this book? Surely others have read it. I am interested in your opinion.

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GaryT

I'm not very far along yet, but looking forward to finishing it over the next week. I'll definitely post a review on Amazon as well!

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Grain Belt

Ordered and on the way!

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black mamba

Thanks for the heads up, I just ordered two copies.

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cowdery

My short review is on the back cover. In addition. I think it's beautifully written and clear, and rigorous in its scholarship. If you're interested in a historical overview of the American whiskey industry, this is the essential and definitive book.

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bourbonv

Thanks Chuck for the kind words. I do hope everyone enjoys the book.

Mike Veach

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Grain Belt

I read the book and think it is a very good read. I like how the writing is accessible, concise, and thoughtfully organized. It also has an excellent bibliography to get into some other books/articles on bourbon.

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LiveFromLou

Well done, Mike. I appreciate how thoroughly you debunked a lot of the myths associated with bourbon's early history and that you're comfortable saying there is no definite answer right now for a lot of the questions. I like the intrigue more than others' confidence in myths.

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bllygthrd

Bought the Kindle edition of the book on Saturday and finished it last night (Tuesday). A very easy and informative read, the pictures contained displayed very well on my android tablet. I particularly liked (and learned from) the discussions about rectifiers and the promulgation of the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897 and the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906. A book every bourbon lover should have in his library.

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GaryT

Very well done, Mike! I posted a review on Amazon as well. Having read both Chuck's and Bernie's books in the last 6 months, my wife wondered how I could be reading ANOTHER book on bourbon - but I think you've done a great job of giving us a concise history of bourbon, and how it impacted the history of the country as well!

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bourbonv

Thank you again for the kind words. No questions about anything in the book?

Mike Veach

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stiffchainey

Will there be a german version someday?:grin:

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bourbonv

The Lavian press has inquired for translation rights, but the Germans have not yet inquired.

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Wryguy
Thank you again for the kind words. No questions about anything in the book?

Mike Veach

Mike, what is the bourbon pictured on the cover of the book?

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stiffchainey

You are looking for a german publisher then?

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