kentucky

Booze

How to Talk About Bourbon Without Embarrassing Yourself

Stop saying "smooth," to start.
Dana McMahan
7.6.18
Booze

Your 'Small-Batch' Kentucky Bourbon Is Probably Being Made in a Massive Factory

It's an open secret in the whiskey industry that most consumers would never guess.
Lauren Rothman
6.27.18
Whiskey

You Can Now Buy Special Water Just for Mixing with Whiskey

Old Limestone's creators say that you can definitely taste the difference.
Gillie Houston
1.23.18
hangover cures

We Asked Bourbon Country Experts for Their Favorite Hangover Cures

If you're reading this, it's too late.
Natalie B. Compton
4.4.17
Pizza

Man Allegedly Shoots Gun in Pizzeria, Then Says He's 'Just Kidding'

After firing the shot, witnesses say that Curry said, “I’m just kidding, guys!”
Alex Swerdloff
8.9.16
Christianity

I Ate a Biblical Burger Aboard a $100 Million Ark

I visited the the Ark Encounter—a Christian theme park whose crowning attraction is a 510-foot-long ark that was built based on specifications written in the Old Testament account of Noah—to see if the food on offer was as epic as the ship.
Ashlie Stevens
8.3.16
kentucky

Make the Mint Julep That Kentucky Is Really Drinking

It's always good to drink like a local, even if that means ignoring tradition.
Munchies Staff
5.7.16
Booze

Make the Classic Mint Julep of Your Jockey-Filled Dreams

Aside from a dapper seersucker suit, a serious case or the vapors, or a crushing gambling debt, there are few things more closely associated with the iconic Kentucky Derby than the equally iconic mint julep.
Munchies Staff
5.6.16
Vegan

Why Louisville's Vegan Jerky Company Refuses to Play by the Book

Sponsoring dog adoptions and treating employees to monthly massages, Louisville Vegan Jerky Company is more interested in fostering community than striking it rich and cashing out.
Matt Simpson
5.6.16
Cocktails

This Louisville Bartender Thinks Mint Juleps Are for Tourists

Keri Smith, the head bartender at Doc Crow's on Louisville's historic Whiskey Row, says that ordering a mint julep at any time except during the Kentucky Derby will mark you as a tourist.
Ashlie Stevens
5.6.16
Tacos

You Can Now Study Tacos at the University of Kentucky

This semester, the university is offering an undergraduate course called “Taco Literacy: Public Advocacy and Mexican Food in the US South.” And yes, your homework includes eating lot of tacos.
Javier Cabral
1.28.16
Booze

Why Fireball Is Suing Jack Daniel's Over Google Drama

Sazerac, the company that owns Fireball, is accusing Brown-Forman, the company that owns Jack Daniel’s, of using Google AdWords to buy keywords that would usually direct Google users toward Fireball but instead pull them toward the Tennessee Fire.
Nick Rose
12.15.15
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