By Gerald Carson,Michael R. Veach
The special beverage of the Western international, bourbon is Kentucky's illustrious reward to the area of spirits. even supposing the tale of yankee whiskey is recorded in numerous vigorous pages of our nation's historical past, where of bourbon within the American cultural checklist has lengthy awaited certain and target presentation. now not a recipe booklet or a barman's consultant, yet a desirable and informative contribution to Americana, The Social historical past of Bourbon displays a facet of our nationwide cultural identification that many have lengthy suppressed or neglected. Gerald Carson explores the effect of the liquor's presence in the course of America's early improvement, in addition to bourbon's position in a few of the extra dramatic occasions in American historical past, together with the Whiskey uprising, the scandals of the Whiskey Ring, and the "whiskey forts" of the fur alternate. The Social heritage of Bourbon is a revealing examine the position of this vintage beverage within the improvement of yank manners and culture.
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The Social History of Bourbon by Gerald Carson,Michael R. Veach