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We're talking Moonshine today on The Speakeasy as host Damon Boelte is joined by Brent Thompson from Sugarlands Distilling Company. Sugarland produces craft quality moonshine and whiskey. The distillery in downtown Gatlinburg, Tenn. is a popular attraction where guests are invited to taste free samples of authentic Sugarlands Shine, take behind the-scenes tours of the production, and purchase a variety of moonshine flavors, mountain merchandise, and apparel. The distillery also offers live music, Appalachian storytelling, and outdoor adventure tours in the Sugarlands, an area of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park historically referred to as “moonshiners’ paradise.” The company is East Tennessee-owned, with a focus on bettering the local community through a variety of events and charitable giving. Sugarlands Distilling Co. opened its downtown Gatlinburg distillery in March 2014 to perform the age-old craft of distilling fine Sugarlands Shine. Its authentic spirits, barn-house location, and first-class entertainment offer visitors the complete Tennessee moonshine experience. Sugarlands Distilling Co. is a proud, locally owned, community–minded, “give-back” brand. This program was brought to you by Visit Napa Valley.

"We like to say that white corn is for whiskey, yellow corn is for critters." [08:00]

"A lot of spectators thought this was a flash in the pan and that moonshine would go away. What has happened is that it's started to stick." [23:00]

--Brent Thompson on The Speakeasy


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This week on The Speakeasy Damon interviews Jamie Salas, the Milagro Tequila Brand Ambassador. Salas tells us about the evolution of the tequila industry and how the openness of the industry has changed over the past few decades. The two then discuss the expense of producing tequila and how it can be an extremely taxing process. This program was sponsored by the International Culinary Center

"Tequila is one of the most expensive spirits to produce." [45:00]

"Its a labor of love [Producing tequila]." [50:00]

-- Jamie Salas on The Speakeasy


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The one and only Jordana Rothman rejoins Damon Boelte on The Speakeasy for a candid thirty minute conversation on everything from leather aged cocktails to national spirit trends. Jordana, formerly of Time Out New York, has been freelancing, focusing on bigger picture journalism and just finished working on Alex Stupak's upcoming book with Clarkson Potter. Damon and Jordana asses some of the things going on across the country in the world of cocktails and spirits and give listeners some real insight, tips and takeaways. This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"I'm doing less service style journalism and more bigger conversation stories now." [08:00]

"I have some triggers around the hipster whiskeys that are made [at a facility] in Indiana but the consumer thinks they're having something distilled and bottled locally. There's a real lack of consumer education around that. Everybody thinks they're having one thing but there'a a lot of labeling noise." [12:00]

--Jordana Rothman on The Speakeasy


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