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1) Program introduction
2) Our tonight program is Part 3 of the interview with Phil Donahue on Reality Asserts it Self. The subject of the interview is" Whistle blowers , dissenters and progressives are patriots" .
3) playing part 3 of the interview
4) Music break
5) My Comments
6) Closing Music , the them song of O Canada
Good things come to those that wait. Bulleit’s Master of Whiskey, Gina Fossitt, will be joining us on Wednesday, November 19th at noon to tell us why the Bulleit Distilling Company has been over a century in the making. Our Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series continues as we learn how the original creator of the high rye whiskey, Augustus Bulleit, mysteriously went missing one day in 1860. It wasn’t until his great-great grandson left a successful law practice 127 years later that the old family recipe was revived. Now the company boasts a bourbon, a specialized rye whiskey, and an aged bourbon reserve, all of which are the recipients of multiple awards.
We can’t spoil ALL of the fun. If you want the full story then you are going to have to tune in this Wednesday at noon!
If you thought that you couldn’t possibly learn any more about alcohol, think again.
We have yet to discuss some of the finer ingredients in cocktails, like vermouth. This is exactly why Master of Wine, Charles Curtis, will be returning this Wednesday, November 12th at noon to continue our Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series. Charles will be talking to us about Lillet, which for those of you that don’t know, is a key ingredient in the famous Vesper dry martini inspired by the iconic James Bond. If that particular concoction doesn’t suit your fancy, Charles will also be telling us about different types of fortified wines. If you’re in the mood for a regular ole martini or a Manhattan then the vermouth conversation will be just for you. Or if you would rather learn about flavor fortified wines and how their popularity rose during the prohibition era and the Great Depression then you will not be disappointed either.
So grab a glass and a shaker and tune in this Wednesday at noon!
Forget about liquor before beer. Learn the new motto: beer before beer, you’re in the clear. Our Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series continues with a topic that we have yet to address, beer. Kristen Demergian will be joining us this Wednesday, November 5th at noon. She is the NY Ambassador at Allagash Brewing Company, a brand dedicated to producing Belgian style beer. In an effort to fill a void in the US beer market in 1995 founder, Rob Tod, started the company as a one man operation, which has grown into one of the industry’s most respected brands. This may have something to do with the fact that all of Allagash’s bottled beers are ‘bottled conditioned’, meaning that sugar and yeast are added to all of their beers prior to being bottled in order to achieve natural carbonation. The result is a softer, more complex beer whose flavors develop over time.
If you thought that beer and spirits did not have much in common, think again. If you want to know more (trust us, there is a lot more to learn!) tune in this Wednesday at noon.
Who's Who? What's What? How will we ever know? Truth, deceit, Lies, Cover-ups, Psyops, He said...She said...Join Bob Barnet with special guest Scott Bennett, an Army Counterintelligence Officer, Patriot, and....OATH DRIVEN WHISTLEBLOWER!!
Read More about Scott, his connections to Edward Snowden and Brad Birkenfeld, Union bank of switzerland whistle-blower.
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A family business seeped in history was the clear message conveyed when we had Jack Daniel’s assistant master distiller on the Fall Wet Your Whistle Series last Wednesday; his own grandfather was master distiller there in the 1950’s. Who better than to talk about Mr. Jack’s history, as Fletcher affectionately refers to the patriarch, than his own great grandniece, Lynn Tolley, who will be joining us on the show Wednesday October 22nd live at noon!
Chris tells us that the recipe for Jack Daniels No. 7 has remained the same for over 150 years, but Lynn, a relative AND taste tester, will speak to us about the evolution of the brand, the whiskey and the process of its making.
Last week, we did not get to unravel the origin of the “tales of mischief, revelry and whiskey”, but this Wednesday we plan on wiping the dirt off both those stories, and the rest of the family secrets.
You break it, you buy it. However, breaking a superior strength Johnnie Walker bottle may be harder than you think. If you want to know why, tune in on Wednesday, October 29th at noon as we continue our Fall “Wet Your Whistle” series. We will be joined by Johnnie Walker’s Master of Whiskey, Stephen Wilson, who since 2006 has been the host of the Johhnie Walker Journey and the House of Walker experience at events across the country. The company has been the winner of multiple international awards for quality and the recipient of the Royal Warrant. We will hear about that, and get the inside scoop on his travels to Cardhu, where he studied the Johnnie Walker art of blending. An impressive feat considering the company has the largest collection of whiskies in the world. It is no wonder why; the brand boasts six separate labels, from the number one Scotch Whiskey in the world (The Red Label) to the highly revered Blue Label.
Don’t underestimate the powers of scotch. If it can save Indiana Jones’ life in “Raiders of the Lost Ark,” who knows what Johnnie Walker can do for you? #keepwalking
Get ready for a special treat because on Wednesday, October 15th at noon, our Fall “Wet your Whistle” series continues with a special guest, Chris Fletcher! The assistant master distiller of the oh-so-eponymous Jack Daniel’s, will be schooling us on all things whiskey. Have you ever wondered why almost half of the liquor at a bar fits under the category of whiskey? Well Chris is going to help us unravel the mystery of what makes a scotch or bourbon different from other types of whiskey.
Maybe, if we are lucky, he will even spill the dirt on how some of the tales of “mischief, revelry, & whiskey” came about. You won’t know unless you join us this Wednesday!
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