Introverts: Never Make the Coffee | Bryan Lindenberger | Pulse | LinkedIn

Introverts: Never Make the Coffee | Bryan Lindenberger | Pulse | LinkedIn

Harvey Fry is whiskey advisor at Jack Rose Dining Saloon in Washington, D.C. He warns that many of the new craft distilleries will be closed within a few years. "Kentucky doesn't have much to worry about." Photo by Michael Lindenberger / BourbonStory.com

Harvey Fry is whiskey advisor at Jack Rose Dining Saloon in Washington, D.C. He warns that many of the new craft distilleries will be closed within a few years. "Kentucky doesn't have much to worry about." Photo by Michael Lindenberger / BourbonStory.com

Last year, editor Michael Lindenberger told the story of his family's connection to Louisville, to bourbon and th eKentucky Derby in The Biggest Week in Bourbontown. Allen Helm, now Chicago editor for BourbonStory.com, was quoted about the pull the week, and the city, had over him as a young man. Here's Allen's full story, published for the first time.

Last year, editor Michael Lindenberger told the story of his family's connection to Louisville, to bourbon and th eKentucky Derby in The Biggest Week in Bourbontown. Allen Helm, now Chicago editor for BourbonStory.com, was quoted about the pull the week, and the city, had over him as a young man. Here's Allen's full story, published for the first time.

Batch 13 liquor and wine shop in Washington's trendy 14th Street corridor is expanding its shelf space to make room for n even wider stock of high-end bourbons and other spirits. But as the focus -- and shed space -- is increasingly turned over to premium bourbon, have we forgotten old standbys that remain worth the pour? Above, Four Roses is the welcome exception to the rule. (Photo by Michael Lindenberger / BourbonStory.com.)

Batch 13 liquor and wine shop in Washington's trendy 14th Street corridor is expanding its shelf space to make room for n even wider stock of high-end bourbons and other spirits. But as the focus -- and shed space -- is increasingly turned over to premium bourbon, have we forgotten old standbys that remain worth the pour? Above, Four Roses is the welcome exception to the rule. (Photo by Michael Lindenberger / BourbonStory.com.)

LINDENBERGER Blood Runs Through My Veins

LINDENBERGER Blood Runs Through My Veins

It's a LINDENBERGER Thing, You Wouldn't Understand

It's a LINDENBERGER Thing, You Wouldn't Understand

Kevin Winter/Getty                Moonlight (Produced by Adele Romanski, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner) (WINNER) La La Land (Produced by Fred Berger, Jordan Horowitz and Marc Platt) Arrival (Produced by Shawn Levy, Dan Levine, Aaron Ryder and David Linde) Fences...

Kevin Winter/Getty Moonlight (Produced by Adele Romanski, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner) (WINNER) La La Land (Produced by Fred Berger, Jordan Horowitz and Marc Platt) Arrival (Produced by Shawn Levy, Dan Levine, Aaron Ryder and David Linde) Fences...

Michael Lindenberger, editor and publisher

Michael Lindenberger, editor and publisher

Bryan Lindenberger (BryanBerg.net): Seeking the Land of Enchantment

Bryan Lindenberger (BryanBerg.net): Seeking the Land of Enchantment

Colorado's take on a classic, The Mountain Manhattan made with Breckenridge Bourbon, distilled over a mile and half high at what's billed as the highest distillery in the world. (Photo by Hudson Lindenberger.)

Colorado's take on a classic, The Mountain Manhattan made with Breckenridge Bourbon, distilled over a mile and half high at what's billed as the highest distillery in the world. (Photo by Hudson Lindenberger.)

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