Hi!  Come on in and visit for awhile. Gee, it's good to see you.
How's y' mom and the folks?  Here, try some of this...

Linda and John Lipman - a long time ago ;) Bottles on the shelf

Okay, all the commercial websites do it, so we'd better do it, too --
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   And now we invite you to visit...

  • American Rum The beverage of choice in the Colonies, a major industry destroyed by the American Revolution and the collapse of the Triangle (slave) Trade at the end of the 18th century. A renaissance of American rum is beginning in the 21st century and here a some of the forerunners of its renewal.
  • Distillery Tours we've taken of operating American Whiskey distilleries
    At least they were operating when we were there

    Please Understand:  Except as noted, these distillery visits are somewhat historical in their own right. Some were taken nearly twenty years ago. Some just last month. We have intentionally avoided trying to keep our descriptions up to date. You can easily find the current state of each distillery on their own websites or Facebook pages (many did not have websites when these visits were first made!) The date of each visit is part of the title and we hope you will consider any historic inaccuracies as part of the nostalgia of the American spirits industry.
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    Events, Festivals, and Celebrations we've attended  (and remembered to take pictures of)

  • Our small (but ever-growing) Collection of American Whiskeys (also ever-changing; we've probably rearranged it again by now)
  • The Last Page of the Internet, Here it is!!  This is what you've been looking for all this time. The Internet is NOT endless, (it only seems that way). This is the final page of the Internet. (special thanks to Chris Sigmon)

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