Bernie Lubbers is The Whiskey Professor for Beam Global Spirits and Wine. Before becoming a Whiskey Professor Bernie was a comedian of 25 years and knows how to tell a story. To become a professor he learned the intricacies of the bourbon-making process from milling, to cooking, mashing, distilling, barreling, even rolling barrels in the rack house. Much taught first hand from Fred Noe himself. With his status and respect in the industry, Bernie is regularly featured and quoted in publications like Malt Advocate, Whisky Magazine, Bourbon Review, Drinks International, and online resources like Liquor.com. He was named Global Whiskey Ambassador of the Year, 2009 by Whisky Magazine. Bernie lives in Clermont, KY.
Bourbon Whiskey Our Native Spirit 2nd Edby Bernie Lubbers
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Whiskey professor Bernie Lubbers reveals the history and process of making and selling America's native spirit. Sharing his homespun Kentucky wisdom and outrageous whiskey adventures Bernie engages the reader with humorous tales throughout the book. The Whiskey Professor also enlightens with a history of the spirit, the industry and its legends. Readers will also be delighted with bourbon and whiskey recipes for drinks and food contributed by bars and restaurants.
The travel section of this revised edition of Bourbon Whiskey has been completely updated with the latest hot spots on the Kentucky Whiskey Train and Louisville Urban Bourbon Trail.
Reviews from the FIRST EDITION a Louisville Courier Journal Bestseller:
There is one thing Bernie Lubbers definitely knows about: bourbon. He deftly covers the history, production and consumption of the quintessential American spirit, with a jigger of humor thrown in for good measure. - Liquor.com
This is not just something to dip into, this is a book to delve into, soak up and appreciate. - Rob Allansoin, Editor, Whiskey magazine.
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