• Is It really Bourbon? Here’s How to Tell

    When it comes to liquor, there are a lot of people who like cocktails, beer, and wine. In fact, 14% percent of Americans drink beer once a week; Twenty-three percent of respondents in a 2016 survey said they had a cocktail outside of their home in the last three months and 28.64% of respondents in 2018, aged 18 to 29 years stated they drink whiskey/scotch/bourbon.

    The “Kids” are Branching Out

    Finding a good local bar is becoming a trend as many Americans try new drinks and embrace old ones. Compared to other age groups, Millennials are most likely to try a new drink. According to Technomic’s research, while 8% of the general population tried a new drink on their most recent occasion, 18% of millennials aged 21-24, and 12% of millennials ages 25-34 did so. Whether you’re looking for a cocktail bar, bourbon bar or a way to liven up your nightlife, knowing a little about liquor, wines, and spirits can help you pick Continue Reading