The Bourbon Industry was starting to change in the 1990s as the slump in sales leveled off and by the first decade of the 21st century, distilleries started to see increased sales. There are many reasons for this change. One of the changes was in the nature of the bar scene. Here are six whiskey bar owners that contributed to this change.
Each of these bar owners have a few things in common. First of all, they are huge Bourbon enthusiasts. They all believe that those working at their bars needed to be knowledgeable about Bourbon and placed an emphasis on training their staff. Finally, they believe in true hospitality. Customers feel welcome in their bars and these owners are always sure to see that any questions about what the customer was drinking would be answered to the best of their ability.
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