Will and the GreeZe talk about Fred Minnick's article about the bourbon surprises at this year's San Francisco World Spirit Awards. But the real treat is when Momma Greeze arrives at the studio and starts drinking. Buckle your seat belts.
In this episode, John (@subourbon_dad) from DadsDrinkingBourbon.com was able to secure a bottle of the brand new Col. E.H. Taylor Four Grain, so he graciously brought it over to the PodCask studio and forced the Greeze to open it. Enjoy.
First, Will and the Greeze are given a special bottle of bourbon labeled "Bottled-in-Bond," but after closer investigation, all is not as it seems. So they try this inaccurately labeled whiskey... you know, for the show and all. Then after the 15 they drink Widow Jane 10 year. Finally, they close out the show with a special song written by friend of the show Brian Reynolds (@tbryanreynolds on instagram). It is based on the Greeze's lyric "Whiskey may kill me but it wont break my heart." Enjoy
On this episode, Will and Greeze talk about an article they read about "infinity bottles." In a nutshell, an infinity bottle is a bottle you keep adding to with different whiskies to create your own unique blend. After that, they toss some ideas of different kinds of infinity bottles they could make. Then, after the 15, Will and the Greeze try the newest release from Whistle Pig: FarmStock. A sample for the show was generously given to us by Joe Bourbon of @bourbonfindoftheday.
In this episode, Will and the Greeze tell one of their favorite stories of all time. It involves booze, casinos, and Greeze being a high roller. By the end of it, you'll want to hang out with the Greeze even more than you already do. Then, after the 15, they drink some Ancient Ancient Age 10 Star (AAA 10 Star). Enjoy.
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