Episode 185 – Durham Distillery – Lee Katrincic

This episode features ⁠Lee Katrincic ⁠of ⁠Durham Distillery⁠. The distillery became a passion project born out of being gin fans. Lee and his wife Melissa would travel and visit gin distilleries. Out of nowhere one anniversary, Melissa suggested that they open their own distillery. With their scientific backgrounds they felt comfortable to move forward. They headed west to… Keep Reading

Episode 184 – Eda Rhyne Distilling Company – Chris Bower

This episode features Chris Bower of⁠ Eda Rhyne Distilling Company⁠. Chris had been looking into doing a distillery for a number of years. He had been working on some home made projects. One day a mutual friend Rett Murphy came to Chris and shared that he’s been looking to create a distillery. Rett has been a… Keep Reading

Episode 183 – Perlick Distillery – Scott Perlick

This episode features ⁠Scott Perlick⁠ of ⁠Perlick Distillery⁠. The Perlick family and their ancestors have been farming the land in Northern Wisconsin since the 1920’s. It is a small county with about 17,000 people and two stop lights. They farm over 2,000 acres growing a wide variety of plants and grains. Scott and the family discussed what they… Keep Reading

Episode 182 – Bourbon Of The Week – Chris Littlewood

This episode features ⁠Chris Littlewood⁠ of Bourbon Of The Week. Chris started his YouTube Channel right before the start of Covid. It was a project to educate himself and other about whiskey. Chris’s introduction to all things whiskey came by the way of his someday to be father-in-law. Over time he began to enjoy the pours that… Keep Reading

Episode 181 – The Inn at Grace Winery –

In this episode we are joined by ⁠Andrew Yingst⁠, ⁠Cory Ruggiero ⁠and ⁠Rachel Rougeaux-Testerman⁠ of ⁠The Inn at Grace Winery⁠.  The bed and breakfast got it all started in the late 1980’s. Grace Le Vines left the property to Christopher Le Vines who established all of the cottages, the winery and vineyard. He changed the name to honor his sister. The… Keep Reading

Episode 180 – Drew Mayville – Buffalo Trace/Sazerac

This episode features ⁠Drew Mayville⁠ of ⁠Buffalo Trace⁠ and ⁠Sazerac⁠. When Drew was originally looking for work he applied to a brewery and a distillery. The distillery turned out to be ⁠Seagram’s⁠. In hind sight this was his best move. He began in the distillery lab. After many years of working in different areas he was promoted to the Master Blender.… Keep Reading

Episode 179 – Wineabago – David and Mellanie Pritchett

This episode features David and Mellanie Pritchett of Wineabago. David and Mellanie picked up their camper one year ago. They travel around visiting wineries, places of interest and hockey arenas. The journey began in Missouri and Illinois and now they have ventured into other states. They have bonded over their love and passion for wine… Keep Reading

Episode 178 – BOTLD – Andrew Auwerda and Drew Perry

This episode features ⁠Andrew Auwerda⁠ and ⁠Drew Perry⁠ of ⁠BOTLD⁠. The idea for BOTLD came during covid. Andrew was running ⁠Philadelphia Distilling⁠. The ⁠PLCB⁠ was closed for 12 weeks during the lockdown. That was their number one purchaser of ⁠Bluecoat American Dry Gin⁠. They quickly pivoted to direct to consumer sales. This practice became a huge success. Today BOTLD’s mission is to bring a… Keep Reading

Episode 177 – BevFluence – Justin Koury

This episode features ⁠Justin Koury⁠ of ⁠BevFluence⁠. Bevfluence is a group of writers and bloggers that got together in 2016. They had a vision of a better way to connect with brands and the industry as a whole. They seek to elevate experience and travel throughout the globe tasting all that the world has to offer. The focus… Keep Reading

Episode 176 – Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery – Christian Ryan

This episode feature ⁠Christian Ryan⁠ of ⁠Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery⁠. This ten year journey began as a hobby for the founders of Springbrook Hollow Farm Distillery. They are lovers of bourbon and whiskey. The idea of opening a winery didn’t appeal to them as much as starting a distillery. The timing fell in line with New York’s changing… Keep Reading

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