Follow her on Instagram @thecollectress as she collects experiences across the world and in your city! She has a masters degree in Broadcast Journalism from Northwestern University. Her writing has been published in Cheese Connoisseur, Wine Enthusiast, and Hemispheres, and she blogs at Tangled Up In Food. Shoshi Parks is a Bay Area-based freelance writer specializing in food, travel and history. Twitter: @vogontroubadour and at Mischief and Writing. Courtney has written for Forbes.com, SevenFifty Daily, SOMM Journal, Tasting Panel Magazine, and VinePair, among other publications, and she is currently pursuing the WSET Diploma in Wines. Joshua Lurie founded FoodGPS.com, a Los Angeles based company that showcases the best-tasting food and drink through online coverage and custom culinary tours. Tom Riley is a veteran journalist, writer, and editor who left a career in education in 2010, to study and write about wine. She has written for numerous online and print publications, including the Chicago Tribune's RedEye edition, The Detroit News and patch.com. Follow him on Instagram and Twitter at @bkbeerreview.. He shares those stories via his Bar Time Stories Podcast. Bill McMahon is a freelance writer, copywriter and content producer. Marysa Mitch is a freelance writer focusing on spirits, beer, and wine. She served as the Brand Ambassador for Adirondack Distilling Company before spearheading a digital content and social media initiative for the Royal Wine Corporation. More info:www.pintsandpanels.com. In 1939, Seagrams owner Sam Bronfman developed Crown Royal to commemorate King George VI and Queen Elizabeths visit to Canada, billing it as a whisky fit for royalty. Follow her on Twitter, Instagram and check out her blog. It wasnt long, though, before he was recruited to open the Bernardus Lodge in Carmel Valley. Ellen Kanner is the award-winning author of Feeding the Hungry Ghost: Life, Faith and What to Eat for Dinner (VegNews Book of the Year, PETAs debut Book of the Month Club pick), the e- book, Beans: A Handful of Magic, and is contributor to outlets including Huffington Post, VegNews, Civil Eats and EatingWell. Follow Cognac-Expert on social media: Elly Blanchard is a freelance writer with a passion for traveling. Allan Roth is an academic by training but a whiskey lover by the grace of God. Born in New York with a lust for travel and to visit breweries, wineries and distilleries around the world. Having worked in the Hospitality sector for nearly 15 years, Haley Forest has experienced first hand the blood, sweat, tears, and manic joy that comes with it. Additionally, his work with Purity Vodka as their national brand ambassador has garnered him even more respect and credibility within the industry, and he regularly contributes to seminars and trainings sessions at cocktail events the world over. Bozkurt "Bozzy" Karasu (@bozkurtkarasu) moved to NYC in 2003 to join The Wooster Group as their Production Manager after working as a freelance performing arts production manager and designer in Istanbul, Turkey for 13 years. Susan B. Barnes is as comfortable bicycling through Italian olive groves and SCUBA diving the wall of sharks in Fakarava as she is sipping bubbles at a Champagne house and dining at Michelin-starred restaurants. She writes for newspapers including The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald, and The Saturday Paper. Hiram Walker began in this area as a grain merchant and eventually earned enough money to open up his distillery in 1858, says Tish Harcus, Canadian Club Brand Ambassador. She hosts this website. She is the author of three cookbooks, including The Bengali Five Spice Chronicles and Spices and Seasons. Twitter: @philgalewitz Instagram: Philmorebeer. Follow her wine explorations on Instagram at @kathleenwillcox. Especially cheese. Follow her on Instagram @littlececilia1 and Twitter@littlececilia. He's always on the lookout for his next favorite drink and he will never hesitate to pet your dog. He is a man in constant search of imbibing in good stuff and sharing his knowledge with those he knows. We were able to buy in to their grains and have access to different barrels to allow us to make the blend we want. Andrew McFetridge is a New York City-based writer and sommelier. When shes not writing, she chases her passions for running, hiking, and all outdoor activities around the world. Pamela Vachon is a freelance food and travel writer based in Astoria, New York whose favorite intersection between food and travel is cheese. The Bubbly Bar: Champagne + Sparkling Wine Cocktails for Every Occasion. She is the proud mother of a son and a daughter and can be found at @RebeccaTreon on Instagram. When not writing about beer or drinking it, he is selling his first ever Craft Beer Crossword Puzzle Book. We have a lot of options. His websites are Alcademics, CocktailSafe, and CocktailGreen. Don't be shy and come say hi on Twitter: @happyhegelian. Follow him @supercasz. Shes the author of the forthcoming book, Colorado Food Trails. The current state of Canadian whisky illustrates the breadth of possibilities even more so. 2021 The Alcohol Professor. Follow her on instagram @emmacriswell. When he's not behind the bar, you can find him on twitter @_tim_miner. Learn more about her writing and photography at loririce.com or follow her on Instagram @lori_rice. When not pursuing vinous pleasure, she works in technology and is an amateur mixologist. Along the way, he became a certified BBQ judge and also authored the bestseller, Beer for Pete's Sake. Katrina Lobley writes about travel, food, and wine in short, all the good things in life and lives in Sydney, Australia. Living in Oregon provides a rich canvas filled with vibrant flavor profiles and vivid fermented nuances that, with his family by his side, Ryan paints a picture of the delicious possibilities. Her work has appeared in VinePair, Chowhound, CNET, Alcohol Professor, and Diced. Maggie Kimberl is a bourbon writer focusing on bourbon culture and tourism in Louisville and Kentucky. She's author of two volumes of "The Bar Belle," has a key to the city, and prefers to bathe in bourbon. We picked the best whisky for cocktails because thats how customers are using it., Those familiar with Canadian Whisky have always known that theres a broad range of flavor profiles under the Canadian Whisky umbrellatruly something for everyone. Jackie Summers is the founder of Jack From Brooklyn, and the creator of Sorel Liqueur. LeNell Camacho Santa Ana once boasted the world's largest American whiskey selection in a retail store in her eponymous Brooklyn shop. Shes worked as an editor at American Bungalow and DiningOut and is a correspondent for Denver & the West for Time Out. She has worked at a number of wine shops in New York City. He then went on to graduate school at the University of California at Santa Cruz, where he earned his Masters in Education, as well as the credentials he needed to be an English teacher. He also likes the word 'Brilliant'. She is a Certified Cheese Professional by the American Cheese Society. She blogs about living life intentionally (https://newvinegrowing.wordpress.com) and helps her artist husband, John Tebeau, explore bars for his Great Good Places series. Find her on Linkedin at https://www.linkedin.com/in/danielle-macdonald-94991ba4/. Her work has appeared in Esquire, Wine Enthusiast, Dwell, Architectural Digest, Elemental, The New York Times, and Christian Science Monitor.
Jake Emen is a spirits, food and travel writer currently based in Washington, D.C. His drinks coverage has been published in Whisky Advocate, Eater Drinks, Tales of the Cocktail, Washington Post Express, Distiller, The Whiskey Wash, Tasting Table, and a range of other outlets. His motto is Cheers, Beers and New Frontiers! She escaped the world of financial journalism after falling head over heels in love with whisky and started her site, Miss Whisky (www.misswhisky.com) in 2011. Her work has appeared in The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, AFAR, Oakland Magazine, Edible East Bay Magazine, among others. Aliza Kellerman is a booze writer, local booze advocate, & social media/digital content enthusiast. With clarity found from sampling different varieties, she began to mock girlfriends sipping Boones Farm Strawberry Hill. Ashlie is interested in music, lifestyle, fashion, and travel. You can follow her work and adventures on Instagram @findyourhappyplate. She began bartending in Italian restaurants in NYC as a means to pursue an environmental biology degree at Columbia University. Her humor/food column Amuse-Bouche has appeared regularly in the Napa Valley Register since 2005. Leilani finds delight in the bittersweet and salty, and has been known to drink vermouth in the afternoon and sherry in the shower. When she's not hunting for vintage glassware, you can find her mixing Daiquiris at home or scouring New York City for the best Martinis. He loves his dog Garret Oliver and wears Red to proudly represent Rutgers Sports. in Latin American Studies from the University of Wisconsin-Madison, and an M.B.A. in Marketing and Operations Management from Loyola University Chicago. Arthur Hamon, known in China asMonsieur Baozi, is a French China-based food and wine blogger.After many years working inhospitality industry, he started a wine business in Ningbo, where he frequently organizes tasting and events that feature French and Chinese fine wines. He firmly believes that after cocktails, the best part of going to a bar are the stories. Or, at least the readers of Dayton Most Metro, where he is the writer about all things cocktail. At her alma mater Michigan State University, Tracy took advantage of half-off bottles on Wine Wednesdays. Her previously published work and blog can be viewed at www.gajakattack.com. Her work has been featured in Boston Magazine and Boston Home, Designing Lighting, ForceBrands, The SOMM Journal, and Thirsty Magazine. Danielle loves sipping on the perfect beverage whilst exploring and reviewing both its characteristics as well as its image. I'm a french Norman who is passionate about wines & spirits. Francine Cohen is Editor in Chief of www.insidefandb.com, a regular contributor to Beverage Industry News and www.hotelinteractive.com and a hospitality and spirits industry consultant. Now consumers are demanding a wider variety of flavor profiles than ever before, a change from the mid-to-late century when many consumers tended to stick to only one brand or style. in Latin American History from the University of Chicago, M.A. She is a freelance writer with a focus on wine science and research, and is the author/creator of the technical wine blog, The Academic Wino (www.academicwino.com). He is author of Brooklyn Spirits: Craft Distilling and Cocktails from the World's Hippest Borough, and co-founder of the amaro consulting company bitter.wine. Allan lives in Brooklyn, New York and maintains a small piece of the internet at allanrothwhiskey.com. Shes the author of The Bubbly Bar: Champagne + Sparkling Wine Cocktails for Every Occasion (Clarkson Potter, 2009). Each grain has the potential to contribute specific unique characteristics to the whisky, says de Kergommeaux. Courtney Schiessl is a Brooklyn-based wine journalist, educator, and consultant who has held sommelier positions at some of New Yorks top restaurants, including Marta, Dirty French, and Terroir. facebook.com/epicbrewtours Hes there at the bottling facility., Despite not having a distillery, Signal Hill Spirits was still able to control enough of the process through blending to get exactly the whisky they wanted something that would stand out in a cocktail. Based in Vancouver, Canada, Christine sits on the B.C. But when asked what is the most common misconception about Canadian Whisky, Livermore quipped, That its brown vodka. The four grains are all 100% pot and column distilled then, according to the mash bill, certain ratios are used to create the Canadian Club Portfolio of whiskies. In 2012 he moved to Cambridge, MA this time to join Theater Arts at Massachusetts Institute of Technology as a Technical Instructor.