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Why does almost all of this uniquely American spirit come from Kentucky? What goes into distilling and aging bourbon, and how is it different from other whiskeys? Is the historical record advertised by the distillers factual or are these stories embellished?

At this event, guests can discover the science behind bourbon and explore a range of flavors as they taste different varieties, paired with delicious light bites. Kentucky native, Randy Bruner, will walk guests through the history, methods and myths related to bourbon. Randy developed his interest in bourbon at an almost legal age, and has continued to follow trends in the world of bourbon ever since. He has visited every distillery in Kentucky, and makes an annual pilgrimage to seek out new products and craft distilleries.

Why does almost all of this uniquely American spirit come from Kentucky? What goes into distilling and aging bourbon, and how is it different from other whiskeys? Is the historical record advertised by the distillers factual or are these stories embellished?

At this event, guests can discover the science behind bourbon and explore a range of flavors as they taste different varieties, paired with delicious light bites. Kentucky native, Randy Bruner, will walk guests through the history, methods and myths related to bourbon. Randy developed his interest in bourbon at an almost legal age, and has continued to follow trends in the world of bourbon ever since. He has visited every distillery in Kentucky, and makes an annual pilgrimage to seek out new products and craft distilleries.

Why does almost all of this uniquely American spirit come from Kentucky? What goes into distilling and aging bourbon, and how is it different from other whiskeys? Is the historical record advertised by the distillers factual or are these stories embellished?

At this event, guests can discover the science behind bourbon and explore a range of flavors as they taste different varieties, paired with delicious light bites. Kentucky native, Randy Bruner, will walk guests through the history, methods and myths related to bourbon. Randy developed his interest in bourbon at an almost legal age, and has continued to follow trends in the world of bourbon ever since. He has visited every distillery in Kentucky, and makes an annual pilgrimage to seek out new products and craft distilleries.

WHEN

WHERE

Houston Museum of Natural Science - Sugar Land
13016 University Blvd
Sugar Land, TX 77479
http://hmns.org/hmns-at-sugar-land

TICKET INFO

$50
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