Embers Update

Nashville’s Most Anticipated Spring/Summer Restaurant Openings of 2015

26 Mar , 2015
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There’s everything from a boozy ski lodge to French fare and plenty of burger options. Spring is here, and with that warmer weather comes a promising new crop of restaurants. So put on your stretchy pants, and check out our guide to see what’s headed your way. And as always, Eater is obsessively tracking the progression […]

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Defining Tennessee Whiskey returns to Tennessee General Assembly

18 Mar , 2015
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The law defining Tennessee Whiskey returns to the agenda of the Tennessee House State Government Subcommittee today. Item 39 of the noon session is HB0638- “As introduced, eliminates restrictions on advertising, describing, labeling, naming, selling, or referring to, for marketing or sales purposes, an intoxicating liquor as “Tennessee Whiskey,” “Tennessee Whisky,” “Tennessee Sour Mash Whiskey,” […]

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The lager picture

17 Mar , 2015
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GULLIVER considers himself something of a connoisseur of beers from around the world. Actually, perhaps the better word is “acquaintance”. Virtually the first thing I like to do, having dumped my suitcase after a long and arduous journey, is relax and acclimatise to my new surroundings with a cold glass of the local amber nectar. […]

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The Bourbon Family Tree

13 Nov , 2013
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Kentuckians like to tell you that 95 percent of the world’s bourbon comes from their state. What they won’t tell you is that pretty much every last drop of that bourbon comes from a handful of conglomerate distilleries. In this chart—excerpted from The Kings County Distillery Guide to Urban Moonshining, on shelves now—the guys behind Brooklyn’s oldest craft distillery parse out, once and for all, the complicated kissing cousins of the bluegrass state’s bourbon industry.

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