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Han Shan is the new brand ambassador for Tuthilltown Spirits and Hudson Whiskey and he's also the guest this week on The Speakeasy with Damon Boelte. Han had his first sip of whiskey at three months old (really) and now finds himself rooted deeply in the whisky industry. He and Damon discuss the state of American whiskey, the differences in styles of whiskey and current trends in the industry. From grain to glass - get the inside scoop on America's spirit. This program was brought to you by Michters.

"It's a very exciting time for American whiskey in a general and its a dream come true for me to be working in whiskey." [04:00]

--Han Shan on The Speakeasy


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Hear from the authors of Brooklyn Spirits: Craft Distilling and Cocktails from the World's Hippest Borough on a brand new episode of The Speakeasy. In the popular tradition of farm-to-table cookbooks, Brooklyn Spirits: Craft Distilling and Cocktails from the World's Hippest Borough, is the first distillery-to-glass cocktail book. Organized into chapters focused on these distilleries, each chapter will take an in-depth look at the distillery's story and the spirits they offer, and will present half-a-dozen cocktail recipes. Within these chapters, there will be sub-sections on several varying topics: a look at the bars and restaurants serving the Brooklyn-produced spirits; highlights on the work of local mixologists; and subsections on the history of distilling in Brooklyn. This program was brought to you by Michters.

"One of the reasons its easy to promote a book like this is we're promoting really cool work other people are doing. I'm hoping we did a good job capturing it. [06:00]\

"This is a yearbook in a sense. It's capturing what's happening right now." [14:00]

--Peter Thomas Fonatale on The Speakeasy


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This week on Eat Your Words, host Cathy Erway kicks off the new radio season welcoming Jaime Joyce, author of Moonshine: A Cultural History of America's Infamous Liquor, to the program. Talking about the history, alternative nick-names, legality, and what exactly constitutes the drink, Cathy and Jaime clear up the misnomers that have surrounded moonshine throughout the years. Jaime goes on to explain the details behind the grain content that is vital to a quality moonshine, and how many distilleries are turning to their local farmers to provide ingredients, which in turn sets one moonshine's taste apart from another. After the break, Jaime tells an interesting tale of the "Moonshine Conspiracy Trial of 1935" that truly proves how moonshine has implemented itself into the history of the United States. Tune in for an info-packed episode and to find out the future of moonshine! This program was brought to you by The International Culinary Center.

"It can be made with different grains. It can be made with corn, a moonshine can be made with rye... quinoa. The grain will also impart a slightly different flavor. [8:50]

"It wasn't just like like "hey, let's have fun and make this booze," it was really a way in the Great Depression to support families." [11:35]

--Jaime Joyce on Eat Your Words


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