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Bourbon Pursuit

The official podcast of bourbon! Featuring interviews with people making the bourbon industry happen. Bourbon Pursuit interviews icons in the bourbon industry who share their story and give a behind the scenes look at the people that make whiskey so enjoyable.
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Now displaying: May, 2015
May 27, 2015
Tell us a bit about Mint Julep Tours
How did you get into the bourbon industry?
You helped drive Makers Mark into Southern California. Was this pre-Ambassador Program?
What are in the catalog of products you offer?
Can you just hop on a tour on a whim?
What places will you see if you go South or East?
How many distilleries can you see in one day?
What does the day entail?
What’s the cost?
What’s more popular? The custom tour or public tour.
What’s the range of people to charter your own bus?
Give us an idea of a bachelor party trip?
How did this idea come about?
How do you find your tour guides?
What can you do for corporate events?
Talk about the “expert” bourbon tastings you advertise
Talk about the Mint Julep Exclusives like the Makers Mark After Dark tour
May 14, 2015
- What’s your elevator pitch of the Bourbon Affair?
- Tell us about some of the events that take place
- The hype video shows the polo players getting bathed in bourbon
- It’s the hardest event to pack a suitcase for
- How do you respond to “what’s the best?”
- Fred Minnick says this is an event usually Press and Analysts get to do
- These events do cost money to attend
- Which events did you like from last year?
- Casa Bourblanca
- Louisville bars do stay open till 4am
- visit the Facebook page and kybourbonaffair.com to get more info
May 9, 2015
Kevin, how did you get your start?
What was your role while you were at Brown-Foreman?
How did your time at Brown-Foreman prepare you for role at Angel’s Envy?
Kyle, talk about your family lineage with Angel’s Envy.
Kyle what’s your day to day operation?
When you’re analyzing the maturity of a port barrel, what are you looking for?
Kevin, what’s your day to day role as well?
What do you think makes Angel’s Envy so special and such a success?
Give us a verbal map of how it goes from 500 East Main Street to the old Yellowstone Distillery.
When is the expected start date for visitors to come to the distillary?
How has the Louisville bridge project effected your start date?
Has the project effected your future forecast?
What do you want to leave our listeners with?
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