The number of commercially available American whiskeys has grown exponentially over the past 20 years-as has its popularity. Discerning drinkers will savor this, the only guide devoted solely to US-made whiskey, rye, and bourbon. Arranged alphabetically by distillery and/or brand, it offers histories, ratings, and tasting notes for over 200 whiskeys. Each main account includes the name and address of the maker, including website URL and contact information, along with its various products. In addition to finding information on how to get the best value for your money, you'll learn how to buy whiskey, how to read a label, which whiskey to give as a gift, and much more.
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About the Author
Clay Risen has covered spirits and beer for the Atlantic website since 2009. He was formerly the managing editor of Democracy: A Journal of Ideas, and in 2011 he became an editor of the Op-Ed section of the New York Times. He has published in the New York Times Magazine, Smithsonian, and Inc., among many other publications. He is also the author of A Nation on Fire: America in the Wake of the King Assassination (Wiley).
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American Whiskey, Bourbon & Rye: A Guide to the Nation's Favorite Spirit based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
This is not just a straighforward guide to all the brown booze you can and can't name, but a great story of Whiskey as a character in American history. I don't consume as much whiskey as my peers but that doesn't me I can't help to find them the perfect bourbon gift, or only order Jack Daniels at the bar when trying to go head to head with my seasoned friends. A beautiful book to read and tote.