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Best Smallbatch podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Smallbatch podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Bourbon Road is two Veterans sharing pours and good stories with interesting guests. Each week we sip on bourbon while talking with celebrities, musicians, chefs, authors, industry experts and everyone in between. If bourbon makes it better... or even the other way around, then we want to talk about it.
 
We Could Make That is all about the stories of indie food makers who've struck out on a noble cause: to make the world as tasty as humanly possible. In each episode, Andrea Wien digs into their backgrounds, motivations and passions to decode why and how they started their businesses, and the lessons we can each take back to our own kitchens and lives.
 
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What a treat to hang out with Steve Coomes. A master storyteller and well known bourbon country personality. Steve spends a little time with Jim and Mike at Justins House of Bourbon in Louisville Kentucky, drinking bourbon and telling stories. More about Steve at https://www.stevecoomes.com/ Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonr…
 
This bonus episode of this podcast has been brought to you by Johnnie Walker. Emma Walker is a master blender on the Diageo team, responsible for making Johnnie Walker scotch from an inventory of barrels from 29 different distilleries. In this episode we cover the convergence of marketing, art, and science in making whisky. Featured scotches in thi…
 
Best known as the lead singer from Great Big Sea, Alan Doyle is a folk singer, author, and actor. He joins us on the podcast to talk about the long history of whisky and music in pop culture, folk music, country music, and Celtic music. Why do so many songs include whisky? Alan Doyle gives us the answer! No spoilers. Follow Alan Doyle on Twitter. A…
 
Jim and Mike hang with Old Forester Master Taster Jackie Zykan in Louisville. They are among the first 5 people to taste the new 2020 Birthday Bourbon. They also sample the Presidents Choice (barrel 6) and talk all things Old Forester. More about the Old Forester at https://www.oldforester.com/ Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourb…
 
This podcast episode is brought to you by Johnnie Walker. Whisky making is part craft, part art, and part science. In this episode Mark Bylok and Bryan Goman (producer) talk about the process of making whisky; growing the grain, fermentation, distillation, and barrel maturation. This is part one in a seven part mini series, brought to you by Johnni…
 
Kentucky’s first female master distiller, Marianne Eaves, comes on the podcast to talk about life after Brown Forman and Castle & Key Distillery. We talk about some of the industry changes she’s observed over the last several years, as well as her new evolving projects on the consultative side of the business. Congratulations to Marianne on the bir…
 
Mark and Jamie do their part in flattening the curve on St. Patrick's day by drinking whisky and playing a game (that’s not a drinking game). Jamie drinks some Balvenie, and Mark drinks some random sample bottles with (almost) no idea what they are. Follow Jamie on Twitter and Instagram Follow Mark on Twitter and Instagram Get Mark’s book: The Whis…
 
Jim and Mike get a chance to try the new Old Forester Single Barrel Select expressions of Old Forester. At 100 proof and barrel strength they are giving a choice to barrel select customers. You will be surprised at what we taste on these! More about the Old Forester at https://www.oldforester.com/ Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebo…
 
This St. Patricks Day is still a celebration, even though we're doing it from home. Jim and Mike sit down with a bottle of Slane Irish Whiskey to make the best of things. We hope this extra episode will "Shorten Your Road". More about the Slane Irish Whisky at https://www.slaneirishwhiskey.com/ Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourb…
 
Chris Carberry is CEO and co-founder of Explore Mars, Inc. and the author of Alcohol in Space: Past, Present, and Future. We talk about how alcohol has shaped human civilization, and how it might shape our future in space. Space is officially in the state of prohibition, but there are many rumours of drinks being brought up to the space station. We…
 
Cam Millar of Highland Park and Glenrothes joins Jamie and Mark on the podcast. In the spirit of the holidays, we have a competition. Mark reads out tasting notes, and Jamie and Cam battle out for which whisky was described in that particular way. Someone wins! There is a promise of a prize. This episode is available on YouTube Follow Cam on Instag…
 
Frank Sinatra would call Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey the “Nectar of the Gods.” We speak with JD’s official historian, Nelson Eddy, on how closely Frank Sinatra and Jack Daniel’s are intertwined. Nelson shares some of his favourite Sinatra stories, we talk about how Sinatra liked to have his whisky, and the people around Sinatra that drank Jack …
 
Rob Caldwell of Teeling Distillery joins us to talk about the extensive history of the Teeling family, the distillery, and the whiskies coming out of the distillery. We talk about “core DNA” of a distillery, and how Teeling’s DNA is all about innovation. Get Mark’s book: The Whisky Cabinet Support the podcast (and get great perks) on Patreon. Get y…
 
In the first of a two part series, Big Chief visits three distilleries in his tour of the south. He talks and tastes the products of Old Dominick Distillery, Rich Grain Distillery and Seven Three Distillery. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. https://olddominick.com https://richdistilling.com http://www.seventhreedistilli…
 
The Getz Museum has a 50 year collection of rare items related to the Bourbon Industry dating to pre-Colonial days. Director Linda McCloskey joins us with Bill Renn from Heaven Hill Distillery in this holiday themed episode. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. Find out more about the museum at https://www.oscargetzwhiskeym…
 
It’s a classic Whisky Topic Podcast! And this is the only podcast you’ll ever hear where Jamie and Mark both do terribly in a quiz game (usually that’s reserved for Mark doing poorly). Sam Simmons of Atom Brands joins us! He’s behind the Boutique-y whisky company, advent calendars, rum, bathtub gin, and plenty of mistakes. There are some swears. It…
 
Lisa Wicker, Head Distiller at Widow Jane joins us at the Oscar Getz Museum to talk about her products, her journey in the business and the distillery. We taste her 10 year bourbon and the new release of "The Vaults" 14 year old bourbon. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. Find out more about Widow Jane at https://widowjan…
 
Davin De Kergommeaux and Mark Bylok sit down to talk about writing books, drinking rum, and their careers. Thank you to NB Spirits Festival for hosting! Support the podcast (and get great perks) on Patreon. Get your latest whisky reviews on whisky.buzz! For your holiday gift buying: Canadian Whisky, Second Edition: The New Portable Expert Pre-order…
 
We head to Volare Restaurant in Louisville to sit down with Chef Josh Moore. Josh is an accomplished chef who has recently added "Chopped Champion" to his resume. His social media followers know him well for his weekly Fish Friday posts. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. Find out more about Volare at https://volare-resta…
 
Josh Lindley of Bartender Atlas joins the podcast to talk about bartending, cocktails, and we learn plenty about Mezcal! We focus on the intersection between bartending, cocktail culture, and the type of whiskies (and other spirits) we drink today. But, mostly, we talk about Mezcal. Support the podcast and get exclusive content on Patreon. Get your…
 
We head to Bardstown Bourbon Company to talk with Mark Erwin and Dan Callaway about the company as well as their Fusion and Discovery expressions. We also take explore the history, operations and future of the company. Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. Find out more about Bardstown Bourbon Company at https://bardstownbou…
 
NHL Alumni Associate dedicates itself to the less-fortunate former NHL players, and together with Pernot Ricard, they’ve released nine NHL Alumni Series whiskies with proceeds going to the NHLAA. We drink through all of them (so far)! Plus, we talk about the status of the whisky community, and we launch our Patreon website so you can get more invol…
 
We travel Hotel Tango Distillery in Indianapolis. Travis Barnes joins us to talk about his journey to start America's first Disabled Combat Veteran Distillery. Their spirits are "Distilled with Discipline" and "Ready to Serve". Follow us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @thebourbonroad. Find out more about Hotel Tango at https://hoteltangowhiskey…
 
Peter drinks, trades, and collects high-end rare bourbons by the hundred. Pappies, Staggs, rare distillery releases, he has them all. He also writes for his blog, New Bourbon Drinker. Peter joins us to talk about some of his latest purchases from the dark underground world of whisky trading. Learn which whiskies are overpriced, big prizes, those th…
 
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