An expert guide to the American whiskey renaissance.
In American Whiskey, Kentucky-born, internationally recognized whiskey expert Richard Thomas guides readers through the American whiskey renaissance. Featuring over 300 distinctive expressions of whiskeys that embrace both tradition and innovation, this book will appeal to obsessive collectors eager to discover the next Pappy Van Winkle as well as those just starting to sample the dynamic flavor profiles of these American spirits. In this guide, you will discover:
- Detailed tasting notes for 300+ expressions from 100+ distilleries
- Interviews with master distillers
- Regional chapters that make it easy to find distilleries nationwide
- Hundreds of photographs of bottles, distillers, and distilleries.
Both whiskey lovers and those looking to learn more about the nation's spirit will find this book worth reading. The history of whiskey straddles Kentucky and Tennessee, but American Whiskey proves that today exceptional whiskey is made across the country.
- Contributor(s): Richard Thomas , Robin Robinson
About the Contributor(s): Richard Thomas is the owner and managing editor of The Whiskey Reviewer, a leading web magazine for whiskey reviews and mixology and drinks news. Thomas's opinions and advice on whiskey have appeared on ABC News, Discovery Channel programming, Style magazine and elsewhere. He was a longtime travel contributor to Yahoo!, and he has written for outlets as diverse as Dremel.com, USA Today, Chilled, Inside Hook, and Paste.
Robin Robinson is the author of The Complete Whiskey Course: A Comprehensive Tasting School in Ten Classes.
- ISBN-13 9781646433056
- Language: English
- Pages: 544
- Dimensions: 8.63(h) x 6.0(w) x 1.4(d) inches