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American Brandy Part 2 - Laird & Co.

This is week 2 of our American Brandy series and we'll be joined by Tom Alberico from Laird & Co
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Shillelagh Shake

The classic Grasshopper cocktail has roots in New Orleans, but it took our neighbors to the north to popularize the decadent ice-cream-based version. This is an adults only Shamrock Shake that packs the punch of a swift knock on the noggin with a shillelagh (in a good way!).
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The History of American Brandy Virtual Tasting

The first part of a series of Monday evening tastings covering American Brandy!
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Paczki Day Vodka by Detroit City Distillery

A special Fat Tuesday virtual tasting with Michael Forsyth of Detroit City Distillery.
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Barrel to Bottle: Q&A vol. 4

The Q&A segment used to be a regular segment on Barrel to Bottle, but our hosts and guests are so interesting that episodes run long and we just haven't had time to them.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: Vieux Carré

Thirsty for a New Orleans classic? How about one that’s named in honor of the French Quarter – the Vieux Carré. You can think of it as an “improved Manhattan”.
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Confessions of a Mixologist: New Orleans Sazerac

This Mardi Gras favorite is one of America's first cocktail gems. Many party goers have enjoyed the Sazerac since the early 1800's. Whether you pour rye whiskey or cognac, you can't go wrong.
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How to Taste Gin for Mixology

The Whiskey Hotline is back with our friend Jake and gin expert Danny Shapiro, founder of Chicago gin bar Scofflaw, to taste gin, with our tongue map in mind, to build better cocktails.
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Barrel to Bottle: Non-Alcoholic Options

It's been about a year since the Barrel to Bottle Crew tackled non-alcoholic beverages. We decided to revisit the topic though, because the category has blown up since then.
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Barrel to Bottle: Armagnac

Think of Armagnac as Cognac's country cousin. It's an older, more rustic style that predates Cognac.
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