Author: F. Paul Pacult
Suggested Age: 22 Years and Up
Genre: Business + Money Management
Sub-Genre: Corporate & Business History
Dimensions: 6.2 x 0.7 x 8.9 inches
Number of Pages: 221
About the Book
“Buffalo, Barrels & Bourbon tells the breathtaking saga of Buffalo Trace Distillery: from the time of Daniel Boone’s explorations in early Kentucky, through the trials of the U.S. Civil War, two world wars, Prohibition, and the Great Depression, to the present era in which Buffalo Trace Distillery has won more than 500 major accolades and awards from around the world for whiskey distilling excellence.”
Learn about one of the most impactful distilleries in American history in this comprehensive tale
Buffalo, Barrels, & Bourbon tells the fascinating tale of the Buffalo Trace Distillery, from the time of the earliest explorations of Kentucky to the present day. Author and award-winning spirits expert F. Paul Pacult takes readers on a journey through history that covers the American Revolutionary War, U.S Civil War, two World Wars, Prohibition, and the Great Depression.
Buffalo, Barrels, & Bourbon covers the pedigree and provenance of the Buffalo Trace Distillery:
- The larger-than-life personalities that over a century and a half made Buffalo Trace Distillery what it is today
- Detailed accounts on how many of the distillery’s award-winning and world-famous brands were created
- The impact of world events, including multiple depressions, weather-related events, and major conflicts, on the distillery
Belonging on the shelf of anyone with an interest in American spirits and history, Buffalo, Barrels, & Bourbon is a compelling must-read.
About the Author
F. PAUL PACULT has been hailed in Imbibe magazine as “an all-knowing spirituous oracle, a J.D. Powers of liquor” and by Forbes.com as “America’s foremost spirits authority.” He is an award-winning educator and journalist, as well as the author of seven books, including American Still Life, A Double Scotch, and The New Kindred Spirits. For twenty-eight years, he was the editor of the widely acknowledged “bible” of spirits reviews, F. Paul Pacult’s Spirit Journal. He is a Life Member of both the Bourbon Hall of Fame and the Kentucky Distillers Association’s Order of the Writ.