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When one considers the myriad bourbon brands and distilleries coming out of Kentucky in this day and age, one of the more historic – and classy –  has to be Maker’s Mark. The bourbon is known to drinkers the world over because of the unique-looking bottles and their red wax seals, but when you look beyond the whiskey, there’s quite a story to be told of the distillery itself.

Maker’s, which is today owned by Beam Suntory, had its production overseen by one Bill Samuels, Jr., the second generation owner, from the time he became president in 1975 until his…Read more here

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