How To Find Barrel Picks

Barrel picks are when someone gets single barrel samples of usually 3-6 barrels (but sometimes more or less), tastes them all, and decides which one they want to buy. ...

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How To Run A Randomizer For A Free Giveaway

Letā€™s say you want to bless another whiskey lover with a sample or some other item of value. Here is how you do it. Open up the BRTC group in Facebook Click on the Di...

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DIY Whiskey Ornament Tutorial

DIY Whiskey Ornament Tutorial

We collected mini whiskey bottles to make a special whiskey-themed tree for our whiskey room. Follow this super simple tutorial to make some of your own!Ā  (Thank you t...

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The Most Asked Whiskey Questions - Bourbon Real Talk 124

The Most Asked Whiskey Questions - Bourbon Real Talk 124

In this episode, Randy answers some of the most frequently asked questions about whiskey. Questions like, "What is single barrel select?" and "What does Bottled in Bon...

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8 Ways NOT To Drink Whiskey - Bourbon Real Talk Episode 123

8 Ways NOT To Drink Whiskey - Bourbon Real Talk Episode 123

While there are no right or wrong ways to enjoy whiskey, there are some faux pas that you will want to avoid.Ā  The best thing about whiskey is how it brings people tog...

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Should You Describe Whiskey As Smooth? Bourbon Real Talk Episode 122

Should You Describe Whiskey As Smooth? Bourbon Real Talk Episode 122

The most common word used to describe whiskey is smooth.Ā  Some people find this term helpful, others are triggered into a rage by it.Ā  What does it mean?Ā  Should you u...

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The Best Craft Whiskey You've Never Heard Of - Bourbon Real Talk Episode 121

The Best Craft Whiskey You've Never Heard Of - Bourbon Real Talk Episode 121

ļ»æThink craft whiskey can not be good? Local grain, milling their own grain, cypress fermentation tanks, pot still, Lincoln county process, air dried staves, toasted ba...

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Bourbon Real Talkā„¢ host Randy Sullivan believes in the connective power of whiskey. That, combined with his love of learning, teaching and loving PEOPLE, brought his podcast to life. Randy lives in the Dallas area with his wife of 23 years, Lindsey and two teenagers.