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American Whiskey, Bourbon & Rye: A Guide to the Nations Favorite Spirit by Clay Risen

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, youll learn how to buy whiskey, how to read a label, which whiskey to give as a gift, and much more. 
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The year marked the beginning of an acceleration in small-scale American distilling that, a decade later, shows no sign of slowing. Balcones, founded in Texas in , started operations in , and High West opened its iconic saloon in Park City, Utah, the same year. What explains the upsurge? Economics, for one thing. An upside to the Great Recession was the huge number of creative, ambitious and suddenly unemployed people it produced, several of whom used their severance pay as seed money to start making whiskey. Not every distillery founded in was started by a recession victim, of course. For others, it was the rush of regulatory reforms that hit its stride that year, as Prohibition-era laws fell with the slightest push.

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