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The History Behind “Bottle and Bond” Bourbon

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSFeatures bourbon historian Eric Prime Episode three of “Happy Hour with Ray and Adam Cox” premiered on July 20th at Elite Beverage in Noblesville, and featured special guest Eric Prime. Expanding on episode two’s topic of bourbon, Eric is a bourbon historian outside of his day job as an attorney. This episode focused on bonded bourbon, which actually was introduced to the world before we had a clear cut definition of what bourbon is. “Just for the record, I am an amateur historian,” Eric made sure to note. He definitely sold ...

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Bourbon, Bourbon, Bourbon – Featuring Mike Clayton

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe second podcast in the series titled “Happy Hour with Ray and Adam Cox” broadcasted live on July 6 from Elite Beverages in Noblesville. This podcast featured father son duo Ray and Adam Cox and was hosted by Joni Michaels. Special guest Mike Clayton, nicknamed the “bourbon savant”, joined the show. A bourbon aficionado, Mike shared his expertise by telling the viewing audience the requirements for a bourbon to be a bourbon: limestone water, new fire charred oak barrels and 51% of the mix must be corn. To go along with ...

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Happy Hour with Ray and Adam Cox: Premiere Episode

Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSListen to Podcast On June 15, the new video podcast “Happy Hour with Ray and Adam Cox” debuted live at Elite Beverages in Noblesville. The inaugural podcast featured father-son duo Ray and Adam Cox, owners of seven Elite Beverages liquor stores in Noblesville, Lawrence, Fortville, McCordsville, Cumberland and New Palestine. Longtime local radio and TV icon Joni Michels will be hosting each show and feature guests from the industry. For the kickoff episode, David McIntire from West Fork Whiskey Co. talked about their new line of distilled whiskey from Zionsville. “Well, ...

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