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Topic - Jim Beam
Jim Beam has reached another milestone by filling its 13th million barrel of bourbon since the repeal of Prohibition.
Kentucky bourbon remains authentically American, whiskey insiders maintain - even when some of its distillers answer to foreign companies.
The maker of classic American whiskeys Jim Beam and Maker's Mark has agreed to be acquired by a Japanese company in a $13.62 billion deal that would create the third largest global premium spirits business.
Bourbon fan Tim Allen started his day of sightseeing by sipping whiskeys crafted at a Jim Beam distillery. Where else are pre-lunch nips more commonplace than in Kentucky bourbon country?
"When you go through our tour, you're going to use all your senses — sight, sound, smell, taste," said Jim Beam master distiller Fred Noe, a great-grandson of Jim Beam. "People want to see what it's all about — hands on. And that's what we've got here."