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There's Something In The Water
Feb 17/17

There's Something In The Water Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

There is no law that says bourbon has to be made in Kentucky, yet 95% of Bourbons are distilled there. There’s no law that says that American Thoroughbred horses need to be raised in Kentucky, yet most of them are.   Why is That?    It is The Water.   Kentucky's limestone aquifer purifies the spring water while infusing it with...

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Six Southern Drinking Curiosities
Feb 15/17

Six Southern Drinking Curiosities Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 2 Comments

1. You get a kick out of your city friends or northern buddies complaining about their morning commute. Growing up, it was a regular 45 minutes to the “County Line” to pick up some beer. Who invented dry counties anyway? Oh, I know don’t answer that questions, it was political corruption at the end of prohibition and each state sold...

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Whimsical Whiskey Quotes
Feb 07/17

Whimsical Whiskey Quotes Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 1 Comment

For the Lover’s of the Brown Water, there’s little in life better than pouring, having a seat, and that first sip as you began to relax after a long day. Whether your passion is Scotch, Whiskey, or Bourbon, as a fellow whiskey lover you are in the company of some of the world’s finest minds and most unique characters. Mark...

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Whiskey, Would You Do Me A Flavor
Feb 04/17

Whiskey, Would You Do Me A Flavor Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

Just like bourbon and scotch, flavored whiskeys are meant to be sipped and savored. If you think you may like a little variety in your nightcap, here are some Southern spirits you can find in your favorite package store or online.

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15 Odd Southern Sayings & Their Origins
Feb 01/17

15 Odd Southern Sayings & Their Origins Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 1 Comment

If you weren’t raised in the south, perhaps visiting family here or traveling on business you may find yourself in a conversation with sayings or phrases that leave you in a quandary. We have chosen 15 of such Southern sayings and hope to provide context to the origin of the phrase. We hope you learn and enjoy.     “We’re...

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Super Bowl Party: Touchdown Worthy Cajun Inspired Recipes
Jan 26/17

Super Bowl Party: Touchdown Worthy Cajun Inspired Recipes Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 0 Comments

The last thing the Super Bowl is ever really about is football. I know, tell that to the San Francisco 49’ers fans and the Baltimore Ravens fans…but it’s true. The Super Bowl is about the commercials—which companies paid astronomical sums to get your attention for 30-seconds, just so you’d talk about them at the water...

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Fact or Myth? Oysters In Months with the Letter "R"
Jan 26/17

Fact or Myth? Oysters In Months with the Letter "R" Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 1 Comment

Have you ever heard the advice that you should only eat oysters in months that contain the letter “R?” That means these warm summer months – May, June, July and August – are traditionally off limits. Today, we’re breaking down the myth, and giving you the facts about when is the best time to eat oysters.   The MythThe myth...

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Favorite College Fight Songs
Jan 26/17

Favorite College Fight Songs Posted by: Aaron Stearns | 5 Comments

   Texas A&M, “The Aggie War Hymn”: Written by an alumni stationed overseas during WWI, “The Aggie War Hymn” speaks to the rivalry between the University of Texas and A&M. When this song is played, students link arms and sway back and forth, symbolically sawing off the horns of the UT Longhorns. Another fun fact? NASA used to play this...

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