Grundriss Des Osterreichischen Strafprozessrechts
ISBN: 1119599911
EAN13: 9781119599913
Language: English
Release Date: Sep 8, 2021
Pages: 240
Format: Hardcover
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Book Overview

vast herds of buffalo, sometimes numbering in the tens of thousands, astonished the initial Euro-American hunters, including Daniel Boone, who in the early eighteenth century ventured deep into the westernmost frontier of Virginia Colony. Inspired by the Native Americans they encountered, the adventurers called the untamed wilderness, Kentucke. In the 1770s this bucolic territory would be surveyed and settled by, among others, brothers Hancock and Willis Lee. The Lees established a primitive log homestead, close to nearby cold springs, on a well-situated bank of the Kentucky River. In 1786 Leestown was founded.

A later inhabitant and site owner, Daniel Swigert, erected the first distillery on the property in 1857. Future distillers of the location, most notably Colonel E.H. Taylor, Jr., George T. Stagg, Colonel Albert B. Blanton, Orville Schupp, Gary Gayheart, Elmer T. Lee, and Harlen Wheatley, would build on the vision of the Lee brothers and Daniel Swigert by developing many of the most coveted bourbon and rye whiskey recipes in the history of Kentucky.

In Buffalo, Barrels, & Bourbon, best-selling author and spirits expert F. Paul Pacult delivers a comprehensive and entertaining chronicle, not only of Buffalo Trace Distillery's specific plot of riverside land but also of the distillery's remarkable whiskey-making legacy. Tracking the Read More chevron_right

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   Great book!
I bought this as a present for my husband. I think he enjoyed reading this before we went to some distilleries in Kentucky.
   Great historic info
I'm new to bourbon and this book gives great info on the history of an area and the highest rated Kentucky distillery of all time, Buffalo Trace. There are family names you'll recognize from movies like "The Addams Family" or "The Golden Age."
   Perhaps the most disjointed book I've read in fifty years.
He spoke of the Lord's command to "read the entire Scriptures." If you have friends and relatives who are listed there, it might be interesting to you. It's just that people who have read the book will probably like it. The historical facts that actually influenced bourbon production in this area could be placed into a single timeline. Only in the last chapter, "Skip," will we find out what really happened. The tape picks up where the voice recorder left off. Zilkha conceded defeat in the second round of the tournament, losing a little.
   Very well written history of perhaps the world's greatest distillery
The book starts out slow, it goes a bit too far back in time to get across the message that over a half million buffalo wondered through this particular region of the Kentucky River for eons creating the fertile land known as the buffalo trail or trace. Once the story becomes fascinating as we learn about Col. EH Taylor, George T. Stagg, Albert T. Van Winkle and Elmer T. Lee, names that adorn the bottles of some of the world's finest bourbons. It is truly a compelling reading for the bourbon aficionado and a well-recommended read.
   You enjoy Bourbon? This will make it better
The second is a quick response to "Frequently Asked Questions." Very, very cool research, said Blair Johnston, senior research fellow with the National Institutes of Health. Now I want all their products. Not that I would have changed a thing, but I really wish my career path had been directed to Northern Kentucky.
   I love Buffalo, Barrels & Bourbon. It’s much more than a book about Buffalo Trace.
I love the taste of Buffalo Barrels & Bourbon. It's a book about crime, family, and the law. The story of the American Whiskey industry. The book tells the story of how the American whiskey industry was born. The book details how - with courage and perseverance - a family company ignited the current bourbon boom with iconic Blanton's and other brands. I know I love it because I have 25 pages turned down, he said.
   An outstanding historical "Trace"!
Paul provides a history lesson on America's early distillers, the fine whiskey industry and the Buffalo Trace Distillery. In "Buffalo, Barrels and Bourbon: The History of Kentucky Whiskey," Robert Penndo writes about the state's distilleries. I recommend it to anyone who is interested in American, Kentucky, Whiskey and Buffalo Trace history.
   Anything that Paul writes, I need it immediately for my library
Pauley, Jr., praised the book. Must read by any bartender or Bourbon Enthusiast.