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Arts & Culture

Aaron Goldfarb, the author of the new book Dusty Booze, on an impossible-to-find rum, the search for Howard Hughes’ stash, and why vintage bourbons are better

Travel

Three historic Southern inns where equestrians feel right at home

Food & Drink

After the terrorist attacks upended his life, Georgia native Michael Myers poured his passion into creating Distillery 291

Food & Drink

A few thoughts—and some science—on the proper care and handling of good bourbon

HOME & GARDEN

A Kentucky couple pull out all the stops for the ultimate DIY home bourbon escape

Books

G&G editors and contributors share what books to cozy up with this autumn

Drinks

We invited some of the South’s best culinary experts to a blind taste test. Find out which whiskeys earned their top marks

Drinks

Four barrels, two hurricanes, and one epic yearlong voyage: Two weeks ago, the first leg of Jefferson’s Journey ended with a tasting in Kentucky

Travel

Go beyond the standard distillery tour with these immersive experiences

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Food & Drink

The author and restaurateur on his new bourbon-centered cookbook, Kentucky’s whiskey landscape, and why labels aren’t everything

Drinks

While scoring a hard-to-find bottle is a thrill, there’s a wealth of flavors to explore

Arts & Culture

The new U.S. Poet Laureate on the power of poetry and finding inspiration in place

Food & Drink

Where to find the best pours in Bourbon City

Tastemaker

Balcones head distiller Jared Himstedt on making a pour that captures the spirit of Texas

Food & Drink

The category is growing fast across the South and beyond, with some tasty results

Travel

Bourbon is booming, and nowhere more so than in Kentucky’s second-oldest city, a small town that pours on the hospitality

Travel

As the bourbon boom surges on, Louisville buzzes with new energy

Food & Drink

New Butchertown restaurant arrives from the team behind a sorely missed mainstay

Food & Drink

A new line from Weller, a honey-infused sipper from Texas, and more bottles that explore bourbon’s softer side

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Food & Drink

The young Augusta Distillery notched a huge win at this year’s prestigious San Francisco World Spirits Competition, and it’s helping to revitalize this small Kentucky river town

Travel

What to do and see in Central Kentucky’s defining city

Travel

Race days are great, but the real magic happens off the track

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Food & Drink

Master taster Melissa Rift on getting to know a new bourbon: “Meet yourself where you are”

A man wearing a black vest and hat golds a whiskey sour at a black-topped bar. Walls of bottles are tucked into shelves behind him.

Travel

A spirited jaunt through the heart of Bluegrass State reveals its growing whiskey landscape

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Food & Drink

These recently released bottles offer value and versatility for bourbon fans

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Travel

Bourbon and music, bourbon in the Big Easy, bourbon meets Kevin Bacon—see what’s flowing at these upcoming events

Southern Heroes

The co-founder of Uncle Nearest, the most-awarded new whiskey brand in the country, keeps an undersung distiller’s legacy alive

Drinks

A century since Prohibition, Hartfield & Co. remains the first and only distillery operating in bourbon’s namesake county

Drinks

Freddie Noe, Jim Beam’s newly minted eighth-generation master distiller, looks to carry on his family’s legacy—and broaden bourbon’s horizons

Weekends

America’s native spirit flows along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, where back roads lead to new discoveries.

Arts & Culture

Fans can’t attend this year’s Run for the Roses, but that doesn’t mean you can’t watch the race from home in style

Drinks

Distillers explore multiple avenues in broadening bourbon’s boundaries

Drinks

Like “fingerprints” for bourbon, whiskey webs not only look stunning, they might also contain answers that further the science of whiskey-making and more

Drinks

The age of the liquid inside the bottle is rivaled only by the provenance of its ownership

Drinks

As with bourbon, distillers are furthering the boundaries of one of America’s oldest spirits—with some tasty results

The Goods

Thoughtful items for whiskey fans

Arts & Culture

Bid now on hundreds of unique items and experiences to help Western Kentucky rebuild

tastemaker

Samara B. Davis, the founder of Black Bourbon Society, on standout sips and setting a welcoming table

Arts & Culture

Your hot-weather guide to icy drinks, breezy waterways, stargazing hideouts, the ultimate ice cream cone piled high with Southern scoops, and one idyllically refreshing mountain weekend