Alec Baldwin has had a rough last two years. In October of 2021, the actor was involved in the accidental fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins while shooting the Western Rust. The aftermath has been dizzying, with stories pointing to a disorganized set. There’s even a chance Baldwin could be recharged for involuntary manslaughter, months after the same charge was dropped. Considering his future is very much up in the air, it’s perhaps a bit surprising to learn he’s thinking of starting a reality show.
“Everything’s about my family. I have really tried in the last several years, once we had five and then six, and then seven kids. I can’t go anywhere for any length of time,” Baldwin told her. “In the old days I’d jump on a plane and go to L.A… It was easy to pick up and go… I need 12 plane tickets — nannies, kids, my wife, I need, like, 11. They don’t even have 11 seats in the business class section of the plane.”
Baldwin revealed that after temporarily moving his entire brood from their home in New York to Los Angeles for a job he was doing, he realized that after all the expenses he was simply going to “break even.”
“Somebody said, a famous TV producer who I won’t name, said to me, ‘Come do a series with me in Vancouver.’ And I was like, ‘I’m not going to Vancouver for five months. That’s not happening,’” Baldwin explained. “So everything we did and then shows we have considered and pitches we’ve heard, and even one or two pitches we’ve made about our family and that reality show has all been so we could stay home and just work from home. I’m desperate to try to work from New York.”
Bad Bunny has had an exciting spooky season. Earlier this month, the Puerto Rican superstar released his fifth studio album, Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana. He also appeared on Saturday Night Live, as a host and musical guest. As Nadie Sabe Lo Que Va A Pasar Mañana continues to be one of 2023’s buzziest releases, Bunny has shared with us the latest offering from the album — a horror-themed new visual for “Baticano” — which arrives just in time for Halloween.
In the cinematic visual, a Frakenstein-esque scientist, played by the illustrious Steve Buscemi, creates a terrifying monster out of Bunny. Bunny is later set free, arrives at a graveyard, where corpses and ghosts deliver a haunting dance routine.
The “Baticano” video is just the latest example of Bunny demonstrating his on-screen talents. Last year, he starred in the thriller Bullet Train, and this year he had a role in the biographical drama, Cassandro. He also stole the show during his appearance on SNL, keeping the audience in stitches throughout the night.
In a recent interview with Vanity Fair, Bunny teased that we may soon see him in more onscreen projects in the future.
“You could say that I have been investing a little bit more of myself in acting,” he said.
In the meantime, you can see the video for “Baticano” above.
I was searching the Uproxx archives the other day and was surprised to find that we don’t have much on Lake Tahoe. Home to the largest Alpine lake in North America – reaching a depth of 1,645 feet and spanning 22 miles – the spirit and overall feel of this Sierra Nevada mountain city deserves much more than just a mention for an end-of-summer getaway. Plus, it’s a place where people go on adventures during the day and party their faces off at night — right in line with our ethos.
Lake Tahoe in summer is flooded with tourists to bask in the lake during its peak season while the winter is bombarded with tourists and out-of-town skiers. This makes fall a great time to visit this crystal-clear alpine destination — especially if you’re a hiker on a budget. The beginning of crisper temperatures, as November kicks in, allows you to fully enjoy this beautiful mountain town for all that it is, offering a chance to finally snap that Instagram-worthy photo on the rocks and catch an alpine sunset without the crazy crowds.
Here’s our guide to a perfect early November day in Lake Tahoe:
7 a.m.: Get On The Road Early
I have no idea where you’re coming from or if you’re flying in. Sacramento, San Francisco, Stockton, Reno, or any of Tahoe’s dozens of suburban municipalities all require different drive times. Or maybe you’re just landing and renting a car. The point being, you have a big day ahead — time to get moving!
9 am: Get The Essentials
Driving into the town of Lake Tahoe, you’ll be greeted with an array of marijuana dispensaries, bougie coffee co-ops, outdoor sport rental shops, overpriced clothing brand stores, and casinos (once you’re on the Nevada side). Before you arrive at the heart of town, look out for Tahoe Wellness Center on the left as you drive onto Lake Tahoe Blvd. Weed is legal in California and Nevada and this is a good spot to stock up on dank.
Speaking as a mountain town person, I’m going to call weed vital to this whole endeavor. In fact, I think it’s a pretty crucial element to most days.
Next, you’ll want to stop to get a fall-flavored drink at Driftwood Cafe. Located in the heart of South Lake Tahoe in Heavenly Village, the mocha is a perfect wake-up call for the day ahead. It also boasts a great breakfast menu, including an excellent take on Huevos Rancheros.
10:30 am: Swim (Or Skinny Dip) In Secret Cove
After fueling up, the late morning after the sun has come up is a perfect time to bask in the crystal clear waters. A short 26-minute drive up US-50 E and NV-28 S, you’ll come across Secret Cove. I suppose there is an exact parking lot entrance one-and-a-half miles south of Sand Harbor, but you’ll probably be better off parking alongside the road and making your way down the ditch to end up somewhere on the half-mile hiking path. Make sure to bring a towel, snacks, and your mind-elevating goodies from earlier.
Out of all the spots in Lake Tahoe, why come to Secret Cove? Because it’s one of the only legally allowed nude beaches along the lake’s 75 miles of coastline. It makes for a beautiful free-spirited swim solo or with friends.
This secluded nudist beach on the east shore is perfect no matter what the weather is outside. Call it a cold plunge, if you must!
Coming in the fall, you’re more likely to run into cloudy or rainy days but don’t let that deter you. When I arrived, a random heavy rainstorm rolled in. I got soaked to the bone through my multiple layers of clothing. While the rain was pretty freaking cold, I braved the rain, stripped down, and found solace in the ~relatively~ warm water.
Lake Tahoe stays a pretty decent 55-65 degrees in the summer and fall months, so although it was chilly outside, the water wasn’t horrible. It’s a pretty amazing feeling to be one with nature – both in your simplest forms – and just chill. Even in the rain, the water is so clear, it truly is a magical feeling to be soak in these crisp, blue waters.
12 p.m.: Explore Heavenly Village
After drying off, make your way back to downtown. You used to be able to park for free all day in the Village Shopping Center, but the city has recently been issuing tickets if you’re parked there for longer than two hours. Choose your battle on this one, as there is plenty of paid parking nearby as well.
Whether it’s a sunny day or the rain is coming down, Heavenly Village is worth a spin. The quaint cobblestone sidewalks lead to over 40 shops to poke your head into, most namely Earthbound Trading Co, Patagonia, Powder House Sports, Poe Rava Gem Co… you get the idea… adventure stuff. If shopping isn’t your thing, you can also see a matinee at the 8-plex movie theater, dress up and take photos at Old Time Photo, lace up some ice skates and hit the ice skating rink, hit some balls at the miniature golf course, or unwind at Serenity Spa.
Eating your way through Heavenly Village is a very viable option. If you need a midday snack, grab some cookies at Great American Cookies or snag a table at Champagne & Chocolate to indulge in homemade fudges, caramel apples, coffee, wine, and of course champagne (yes I have a huge sweet tooth). Although Heavenly Village concluded its summer concert series back in… summer… restaurants feature live music every day of the week, year-round with local artists and bands. You just have to poke your head around to see what’s going on.
Before heading back to the car, make a stop at Twilight and Rust SLT. This art gallery features stunning imagery from gallery owners Jonathan Thompson and Robert Cole, showcasing fine art landscapes of Lake Tahoe throughout the seasons.
4:30 pm: Cave Rock Sunset Views
What’s more perfect than ending the day with stunning views of Lake Tahoe?
Head 13 minutes up Hwy 50 to end your daylight hours at Cave Rock. There are two ways to do this: park and watch the views from the shoreline or hike an easy quarter-mile trail for the ultimate elevated sunset views.
For easy horizon-setting sunset views, you’ll find Cave Rock State Park on the left just before the tunnel. During the summer, the park is open until 8 p.m., but in the fall months, it closes at 4 p.m. Parking here is expensive – upwards of $15 for non-Nevada license plate holders – so you might want to opt for free parking on the side of the road or at the trailhead to the hike. You’ll be able to pick a spot on one of the rocky shoals to post up with a joint for an easy-viewing sunset.
If you want to do the short hike, you have to carefully watch your GPS because the turn-in for the hike can be easily missed. You’ll pass Zephyr Cove and up ahead you’ll see the tunnel. Just before the tunnel, make a right onto Cave Rock Drive. Drive up a little ways and you’ll see the trailhead on your left. There isn’t a lot of room for parking but you can always park on the side of the road as well.
It takes just 15 minutes to get the ultimate sunset views overlooking Lake Tahoe, so for me it was well worth it.
Leaving Cave Rock, consider stopping at Zephyr Cove Resort just five minutes back down US-50 W. The resort has a small grove of aspen trees along the shore that turn red, orange, and yellow in October. Snap a quick photo here and then make your way back downtown.
6 p.m.: Dinner & Whiskey at Stateline Restaurant & Brewery
Last but not least, end your day in high spirits at Stateline Restaurant & Brewery. You’ll make your way back down US-50 W and repark your car at Village Shopping Center or at one of the many paid parking options. This little hole-in-the-wall restaurant is in Heavenly Village at Cecil’s Fountain Plaza, where you can easily find yourself drunk on whiskey. Believe me, this place makes it easy.
I’m not usually one to drink much alcohol, but it felt wrong to not order whiskey here. The drink menu is one of the most robust I’ve seen, offering over 350 whiskeys and 10 house-made, barrel-aged brews. I should’ve tapped our resident whiskey writer Zach on a must-try fall whiskey to sip on, but I went with a classic Jameson pour with a side of pickle juice. If you haven’t tried a proper pickleback shot, then here’s where you can do so.
Besides the whiskey, Stateline offers a great dinner menu. I always enjoy doing family-style meals where we order several smaller dishes and share, so the fried shrimp, edamame, artichoke dip, fried calamari, and the famed Stateline tacos made a perfect sharing option amongst friends.
8 p.m.: Casually Drive Through The Residential Streets… Or go wild!
I always find it so cathartic to drive through the residential streets of new places (or be a passenger, after too many whiskeys, as in this case). Especially those idealized places that make you wonder, “Well, who the hell lives here?” Seeing the warm lighting peeking out behind pulled curtains, I wondered what the inside of these beautiful mountain lake homes looked like. Don’t allow the act of blissfully slow driving to be forgotten. Take your time leaving this alpine city and find some peaceful moments in the outer residential streets before embarking on your trip home. There are certainly some magnificent homes to gawk at.
Or… if you’re not ready to leave yet… Fat Cat, Moe’s, and Pete & Peter’s all stay cracking til 2 a.m., brimming with locals and tourists alike. If you really want to go big, make the trip to Stateline and try the Hard Rock or Whiskey Dick’s Saloon.
Even with all the fancy apps and preference based algorithms, dating isn’t always easy. It’s a challenge to find true and lasting compatibility, and to know whether a person truly has your best interests at heart, or is simply on their best behavior.
But, people find their ways to navigate romance, nonetheless. Be it through a series of simple questions or hard-and-fast red flags, there are some modern-day strategies that can be used to filter out true potential partners.
The “Bird Test” is one of those strategies.
Though TikTokker Alyssa Caribardi doesn’t claim to have created the bird test, it’s something she “lives and dies by,” and she’s happy to give folks the rundown on what it is.
According to Caribardi, the bird test goes a little something like this: if you’re out and about with someone, and notice a bird, then point it out with enthusiasm, notice how the other person responds. If they mirror your “genuine curiosity” for this seemingly insignificant thing, “that’s a really good sign” the relationship will last a long time.
‘”It never fails,” Caribardi claims, adding that while this is primarily used for screening romantic relationships, it can be used for platonic ones as well, sharing that a woman who matched her excitement for a woodpecker outside a Starbucks became a close friend.
Watch below. Note that this video contains some curse words.
As many viewers were quick to note, the bird test echoes what psychologist and renowned relationship expert John Gottman calls “bids for connection.”
Gottman says that bids for connections can be verbal or non verbal, and take on myriad tones, but all share the common goal of expressing “connect with me please!” to a partner. Everything from a playful wink to asking how a work meeting went would fall under this category.
Gottman also explains that repeated rejection of bids for connection spell disaster for relationships.
“When our partner denies our bids, we internalize the experience. Our brains subconsciously keep track of how many bids are accepted or rejected by our partners. When our partner constantly turns away or against our bids, we begin to feel frustrated. We are more inclined to criticize our partners, which pushes them to be defensive and may result in an argument,” he says, even going so far as to say that couples more often break up because of denied bids for connections than big fights or infidelity.
So, call it a bird test or a bid, the messaging remains the same, regardless of semantics. Relationships thrive when partners pay attention to each other’s interests, and turn towards those interests with the intention to create an emotional bond. Perhaps this is even more important than naturally shared passions.
In other words: if someone isn’t able to light up at seeing a woodpecker outside a Starbucks in the same way you do, maybe they’re not meant for you.
Let’s be honest, most folks have no idea what they’re doing in their sleep. Unless you’re tossing and turning, you’re blissfully unconscious for approximately six to eight hours if you’re lucky. You have no clue if you stole the covers from your partner to wrap up like a human burrito or if you sat up abruptly to do the Macarena because you were dreaming of dancing at a friend’s wedding.
Most people are likely doing nothing more exciting that snoring, drooling or accidentally backhanding their partner if they have one. There are some people that become chatter boxes when they’re sleeping whether its coherent sentences or jumbled nonsense. But there are those rare ones that not only want to chit chat while they snooze but get up to do things that they may consider strange.
A woman that goes by the name Celina SpookyBoo on TikTok recently posted a video of her own sleepwalking shenanigans and commenters can’t get enough.
In the video that has racked up over 28 million views, Celina sits up in bed with her eyes wide open while being recorded with a night vision camera. “There’s goats. There’s seven goats,” she says before getting completely out of bed and doing what appears to be some sort of Irish jig. Celina says several random phrases before laying down on a storage bench at the foot of her bed and saying, “I’ll have a grilled cheese, it’s fine.”
So many questions. Is she cooking the grilled cheese on the storage bench? Is someone else making her the tasty snack in her dream? It doesn’t stop there. At one point she appears to almost be acting out the famous scene from Hamlet before appearing from the door way to declare, “I am Chris Hanson.” You know, the guy from Dateline and To Catch a Predator. Commenters were amused by the random sleep walking activities.
“The little Irish step dancing is KILLING me,” someone writes with a laughing emoji.
“IMAGINE WAKING UP IN THE MIDDLE OF THE NIGHT AND YOU SEE SOMEONE STANDING COMPLETELY STILL AND THEY JUST SAY “It was the 11th of December,” one commenter says.
“How do you make so much sense and so little sense at the same time,” another person writes with a crying emoji.
Watch the entirely not weird at all sleep walking incident below:
Leaving the Amish community to live in the outside world has to be a major shock. Overnight, one has to go from a world powered by horses and buggies to one ruled by technology.
Lizzie Ens, 36, left the Swartzentruber Amish community at 19 and has done a great job transitioning to a completely different lifestyle. She was able to get her high school diploma, become a certified health coach and founded Undiet Yourself.
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Her parents had 19 kids
“My parents have 19 kids, and within those 19 kids are three sets of twins and I’m a twin,” she revealed. “But not only that, my mom birthed all of these kids naturally.”
She had no social security number
“When I left, I had to go apply for a social security number and let’s not forget I had $20 to my name when I left,” Lizzie revealed.
“We are bilingual. Actually, we are trilingual,” Lizzie said. “Our first language is Pennsylvania Dutch, and then we learn German and English when we went to school.”
The Pennsylvania Dutch language is a Germanic dialect predominantly spoken by Amish and Mennonite communities, especially in Pennsylvania. Despite the name, it has no connection to the Dutch language. The term “Dutch” derives from “Deutsch,” denoting “German.” The dialect came to North America in the 17th and 18th centuries.
In the Mission: Impossible movies, Ethan Hunt repeatedly saves the world. In real life, the person who plays him, Tom Cruise, may be doing that for real. On Monday, President Joe Biden signed an executive order to place standards and security measures on rapidly evolving artificial intelligence, which may help thwart one of those robotic takeovers movies have been warning us about for decades. Thing is, Biden might not have been so worried about its dangerous potential had he not watched the most recent M:I.
In a new piece by The Associated Press (in a bit teased out by Variety), Biden watched Mission: Impossible: Dead Reckoning during what was supposed to be a relaxing weekend at Camp David. Instead, he found a movie in which the villain is a rogue AI known as “The Entity,” which sinks a submarine in the opening scene and, at one point, copies our heroes’ voices and sows chaos.
“If he hadn’t already been concerned about what could go wrong with AI before that movie, he saw plenty more to worry about,” said deputy White House Chief of Staff Bruce Reed, who watched the film with him.
Will Biden’s actions protect people from the more nefarious aspects of AI tech? And if do we have Tom Cruise and his screenwriters to thank? The action items on the order won’t start being rolled out for another 90 days, but here are some of its details, according to Variety:
The executive order, which the White House says “directs the most sweeping actions ever taken to protect Americans from the potential risks of AI systems,” includes developing standards, tools and tests to ensure safety in AI systems; and requiring AI developers to share their safety test results and other critical information with the U.S. government. The order also directs guidance for “content authentication and watermarking to clearly label AI-generated content,” as to protect people from AI-driven fraud.
In the wake of Matthew Perry’s sudden passing, tributes have poured in from fans and from those who knew and loved him. There have been good stories, too. One offers a look into an alternate timeline in which Perry didn’t do Friends but rather another sitcom, one involving alien luggage.
Deciderdug up an old Late Night with Seth Meyers clip from 2015, in which Perry recalled the desperate times before he got the gig that would change his life. Still a struggling actor, eking by without a cent to his name, he lucked into a new pilot. It was called LAX 2194, and he described it as being about “about baggage handlers at the LA airport in the year 2194.”
The show required him wear a “futuristic shirt,” he said. “And little people played the aliens in which I had to sort out the aliens’ luggage, and that was basically the show.”
It was around this time that Perry was sent the pilot script for what was then called Friends Like Us. “And there was this part that was perfect for me and it was making me crazy that I couldn’t go up for it because of the baggage handlers show,” he said. “I was losing my mind.”
Luckily, LAX 2194 was apparently so terrible that the powers that be took mercy on him.
“Somebody at Fox at the time said, ‘We’ve seen this, it’s the worst thing we’ve ever seen in our lives. He is available. You can hire him for your little show called Friends Like Us that then became Friends,’” Perry recalled.
Did said Fox exec make the right call? Was the world robbed a hilarious show about Matthew Perry working at a futuristic airport? All that currently exists of it online is a quickie commercial that doesn’t feature him (but does prominently show future Drew Carey Show actor Ryan Stiles). You can watch that below and ask yourself if we were better off with a beloved show that ran for a decade and still plays on the TBS channel at the gym.
You can watch Perry’s old Late Night stint in the video above.
Joel Embiid has never been shy about how Triple H is his all-time favorite wrestler, and as it turns out, this keeps costing him money. After getting hit with a $25,000 fine for doing a D-Generation X crotch chop during the Philadelphia 76ers’ series against the Brooklyn Nets, Embiid has once again lost out on some cash for doing DX’s famous gesture.
During the team’s 126-98 win over the Portland Trail Blazers on Sunday, Embiid scored, got fouled, and celebrated his upcoming and-one by doing the visual representation of what comes after anyone in DX says “and if you’re not down with that, I’ve got two words for ya.”
It is worth mentioning that, the last time this happened to Embiid, Triple H took to Twitter and said he’d help with a larger check that the reigning NBA MVP could send to the league if he wanted to keep doing this. It is unclear if that actually happened, but the good news is an opportunity to do that has once again presented itself … and our hunch is that Embiid is going to keep doing this when the opportunity arises.
Call it a boilermaker, call it a beer back, or simply call it a shot of whiskey and a beer — whatever the case, there are few things better than this iconic, dynamic duo on a chilly day. But picking the right whiskey and beer combination isn’t as simple as randomly picking one of each. It depends on a few things. Is the beer or the whiskey more important to you? If it’s the beer, then you need to first decide what beer you want to imbibe before picking a whiskey that will complement said beer.
“When you’re ordering a shot and a beer with a quality bourbon or other whiskey, you need a quality beer,” says Nick Purdy, president and founder of Wild Heaven Beer in Atlanta. “But should you go big to hold up to the bourbon? Or light to counterbalance it?”
Since there’s a science to finding the right beer and whiskey combinations, we went to the professionals for help. We asked a few well-known craft beer experts and brewers to tell us the best beers to pair with whiskeys. Keep scrolling to see all of their choices.
One of the best beers to pair with a glass of bourbon is Bourbon County Brand Stout from Goose Island Beer Co. Here’s why this combination is exceptional and what flavors make it great: Bourbon County Brand Stout (BCBS) is a legendary imperial stout that is aged in bourbon barrels. This beer is a natural choice to pair with bourbon because it shares some key flavor elements with its whiskey counterpart. What makes BCBS great for this pairing is its intense and complex flavor profile.
When you take a sip of this stout, you’ll be met with bold and rich notes of roasted malt, chocolate, caramel, and coffee. These flavors are further elevated by the aging process in bourbon barrels, which impart hints of oak, vanilla, and a subtle bourbon sweetness. The interplay between the beer’s inherent complexity and the bourbon barrel aging creates a symphony of flavors that complement each other beautifully.
When you take a sip of BCBS alongside a glass of bourbon, the combination is magical. The beer’s robust and roasted characteristics harmonize with the caramel and vanilla notes from the bourbon. The result is a pairing that enhances the best qualities of both, creating a sensory experience that’s greater than the sum of its parts.
On the bolder side, I’d suggest a malty but not too dark beer (the roasty notes of a porter or stout would do well vs. a scotch, less so with a bourbon) – an ESB is a perfect match. This style isn’t currently prevalent around the craft scene. Check around for any extra special bitters on store shelves and try it. Or get the classic Fuller’s ESB from England.
Biscuit-like malts, caramel, orange peel, honey, light hops, and a dry finish make it a perfect companion for your favorite whiskey.
My choice for an ideal autumn boilermaker would be a Lagunitas IPA and a shot of Basil Hayden’s Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey. Forget the combo of well whiskey and a macro lager, the boilermaker is making a comeback due to the plethora of craft beers available to the discerning two-fisted drinker.
Lagunitas IPA is highly balanced and super drinkable which pairs excellently with Basil Hayden’s notes of pepper, charred oak, and vanilla.
When it comes to pairing beer and bourbon, I want to taste the bourbon, I want something a little roasty to pair up with the charred oak barrel flavors in the whiskey, but not an overwhelming beer. I want the bourbon up front for a lingering enjoyment and then have a light roasty beer to clean the palate up for the next sip For that I love a good Schwartz bier or clean crisp dark lager. One of my favorites is Baltimore’s Union Craft Brewery’s Blackwing Lager.
It is nicely bready, with hints of rye bread and toasted nuts, with a hint of light roasty coffee, and a hint (just a hint) of smokiness. First the bourbon – wait – and then the dark lager finish.
When having a beer back, I like a lighter beer with a flavor profile that will lurk in the background. Neshaminy Creek Warehouse Lager is described as a “Mexican-style Lager that has a clean, grainy malt character with a subtle sweetness and a crisp, dry finish with a whisper of German noble hops.” And brewer Jason Ranck and crew have really nailed it.
It slides down easily because their restrained use of adjunct grains keeps the brew from smelling like a bowl of creamed corn, like the actual Mexican lagers. It pairs well with complex, flavorful bourbons.
Odell 90 Shilling
Garth Beyer, certified Cicerone and owner of Garth’s Brew Bar in Madison, Wisconsin
Odell Brewing Co’s 90 Shilling pairs perfectly with a glass of bourbon. If you go beyond flavor, 90 Shilling has a rich history for Odell and that’s something that may not impact flavor but impacts the experience of having it with something as time-tested as bourbon.
It’s smooth and medium-bodied, and the crystal malts in it give it a nice touch of sweetness to counter the burn of the bourbon while at the same time emphasizing caramel notes across both beverages.
A great bottled-in-bind bourbon delivers a nice mix of toffee, caramel, and cinnamon spice along with some oaky tannins. That can be a lot for your palate to process. I look to a nice Helles-style Lager or Thank You For Existing Kölsch from DSSOLVR for a bit of relief.
The malty backbone, delicate hopping, and crisp carbonation provide the perfect balance of flavors and help prepare you for another sip of whiskey.
Genesee Cream Ale is a good one here. I like something just good enough to drink on its own, without fighting with the bourbon. A fresh Genesee is pretty tasty, and it won’t distract from the wonderful flavors of a good bourbon.
Gently creamy and sweet with notes of cereal grains, corn, light malts, and gentle hops, it’s a great beer to pair with your whiskey of choice.
Kentucky Bourbon Barrel Ale. Instead of a stout like many barrel-aged beers, this is an Irish red ale that’s rested in decanted bourbon barrels for a minimum of six weeks. This results in a complex ale with notes of vanilla, oak, caramel, and sweet bourbon.
The oak flavor imparted through the aging process really creates a smooth and well-balanced flavor profile that pairs well with good bourbon.
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