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Discussion in 'Bourbon Forum' started by Alex Bean, Oct 1, 2013.
It's really good.
I can drink it warm too! I think it just has a different taste when it is on the rocks. So much more smoother. Great post SereneAngel.
Do you have any sort of beer gardens in your area? If anything, it might be nice to check out a beer festival. I would much rather check out a whiskey tasting, but I'll take what I can get.
We do have a beer festival and a wine festival but that is about it. They usually happen in the spring of the year. They are quite large events. We have different beer gardens throughout the summer months during festival time.
Yes, this area is big on wine and beer festivals. They are also expensive. I think that people paying alot of money to go to a festival is kind of short sighted for those who want to promote their brands. I mean they have set up costs and everything, but charging a bit less for these festivals..may get more people who would buy more of the product.
I have to agree with that. The prices are usually quite high to attend such an event.
They are, and even advance tickets for festivals are not much cheaper. The only tickets that are reasonably priced are for the designated drivers,,and that really isn't any fun. If I go to a festival like that I want to sample the product.
It seems like bourbon is to Kentucky like wine is to California-and there is something in the water I think that makes it iron -free and calcium rich, which is great for making bourbon. It seems like a lot of fun though -sitting around and drinking mint juleps and lots of other things to see as well on the Bourbon Trail.
I agree with those saying that the southern regions might be better, at least from what I have seen, but I guess you never know until you try it.
I agree, other than bringing more people, it will even help reach their products a globe.
Ha ha, that could be said for much of the South.
I quite like tonic water. I usually have it with gin though. I'll have to give it a taste with bourbon. Thanks for the idea.
Interesting. That's a great tip. I would have expected them to be more expensive. Drug stores often have high prices on other things besides meds. That's good to know.
Can you be a bit more specific on why you liked it.
Well it gets their brand name out there if nothing else. Vinters will also make sure they have the kinds of traffic they need from festivals. I guess a case could be made that by charging more they create the illusion of a premium brand.
I agree, a lot of things can be hard to explain without experiencing.
Very interesting article. It made me aware of a lof of stuff I didn't know about bourbon. Thanks for sharing!
I wish that these sorts of things even existed around here. Now that I think about it it might as well just be my lack of effort but either way it seems like a good way to spend some time.
I agree, so am i very informative
There is just so much i'm not aware of
Aren't we all in this the same?
Alternatively, if you want more info then just google the whole topic.