image003-e1461176831301-4a0c81752a4c4d019324132050f00b56e2e44026“We’re in the middle of the bourbon revolution. We’re in the middle of the bourbon renaissance. It’s fantastic,” says Four Roses Brand Ambassador Al Young. When Young first started working for what is today known as Four Roses in 1967, he was in the Quality Control lab at Seagram’s Calvert Distillery at 7th and Central in Louisville. Seagram’s owned five plants in Kentucky as well as plants in Maryland, Canada, Indiana, and multiple export businesses. “They were one of the biggest players at the time,” says&hellip

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