Meet the Makers
Watch This Space For Future Bourbon Women Events Baker Bird Winery and Distillery is the oldest commercial estate winery in the United States that has its original vineyard land. Along with that, it boasts the largest and oldest wine cellar in the US, is on the...
You might say Benay Shannon is the clean and legal version of Walter White.
When Amanda Victoria left the corporate world, she knew she wanted to focus on whiskey education and helping the environment.
What’s it like running a modern farm-distillery?
When it comes to making cocktails, Breckenridge Distillery Bar Manager Billie Keithley says if you can eat it, she can make a cocktail out of it.
Nic Christiansen started her career behind the bar, where she honed her love of trying whiskey straight from the barrel.
Tracie Franklin’s path included encouragement from Dave Pickerell.
When Jimmy Russell’s Granddaughter, Joann Street, visited The Buddha of Bourbon at a trade show, she knew she wanted to join the family business.
When Stephanie Batty first joined the team at New Riff it was to do event planning. She quickly realized she wanted to make whiskey.
Old Dominick Master Distiller Alex Castle grew up with dreams of working in distilling, even before she’d experienced beverage alcohol herself.