This week in the American Whiskey Podcast we are going to talk about how bourbon became known as America’s Native Spirit, although that wording is under some debate. It’s in an interesting tale of cutthroat capitalism and a desperate attempt to try to and recoup a short-sighted investment that has since been caught and held hostage by the bourbon industry. At the end of this tale we’ll be tasting some current release I.W. Harper, which was once owned by the distiller responsible for Congress passing the Senate Concurrent Resolution 19 on May 4th 1964.
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