By Bernie Lubbers
Whiskey professor Bernie Lubbers unearths the heritage and technique of making and promoting America's local spirit. Sharing his homespun Kentucky knowledge and outrageous whiskey adventures Bernie engages the reader with funny stories through the e-book. The Whiskey Professor additionally enlightens with a historical past of the spirit, the and its legends. Readers can be thrilled with bourbon and whiskey recipes for beverages and nutrients contributed via bars and restaurants.
The trip component of this revised variation of Bourbon Whiskey has been thoroughly up to date with the most recent scorching spots at the Kentucky Whiskey teach and Louisville city Bourbon path.
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Adding to that is the need to continue educating myself on the category of whiskey and bourbon. Like I said before, my life is a paid vacation, so it doesn’t feel like a job to me. Whiskey professor happens to be my job title, but I feel that I’m not just called the whiskey professor, I am The Whiskey Professor. com. Shaking hands with Phil Prichard of Prichard’s Distillery (Prichard’s Whiskies/Rums) How I Became a Whiskey Professor • 35 Fred Noe and son Freddie, seventh- and eighth-generation Beams at the Bourbon Black Tie Gala 2011 36 • BOURBON WHISKEY 2 What Makes Bourbon, Bourbon?
When they distilled the beer, they got what they called usquebaugh, and thus were born Irish and Scotch whiskies. Usquebaugh (pronounced Ush-kabay-ha) means “water of life” in Gaelic. Most nations had their own version of the “water of life”— water made drinkable by distillation: Aqua Vitae (Latin), Aquavit (Scandinavia), Eau-De-Vie (French), Zhizennia and Voda (Russian). Some were made from grapes, some from grains, but all were high in alcohol content. So when the Scottish, Irish, Spanish and French immigrants came to the New World, they brought their knowledge of distilling.
Where do you store it? Do you move the barrels around or just let them rest? From where do you pull the barrels after aging? First of all, let’s put to rest the myth that bourbon has to be aged for two years in the barrel. This is not true. The Standards of Identity only say that bourbon should be “stored” in a brand new charred-oak container. As Jimmy Russell from Wild Turkey says, with bourbon you can use the “Fifteen/Fifteen” rule: As long as you put the new under-125-proof bourbon whiskey in the new charred-oak bucket for 15 seconds or carry if for 15 feet, you’ve got bourbon.