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Most Americans Prefer Whiskey Over Other Liquors, According to This Drinking App

Most Americans Prefer Whiskey Over Other Liquors, According to This Drinking App


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BARTRENDr rounded up the most popular liquors by state

Jack Daniels was one of the most popular brands of liquor across the country.

Americans love their whiskey, according to data pulled together through the drinking app BARTRENDr.

The app analyzed data from its 700,000 users to determine the most popular liquor in the country, according to Business Insider.

The information was pulled together based on posts and photos of what the users were drinking. Users from 42 states said they enjoy some form of whiskey, and Fireball and Jack Daniels were the two most popular brands.

Eight states did not favor whiskey, however. For example, Oregon and Washington residents preferred tequila brands — Jose Cuervo and Patrón, respectively. Colorado was the only state to choose Bacardi over any other liquor brand, and Virginia was alone in its preference for Grey Goose.

Back in December, statistics showed that whiskey sales were on the rise for the first time ever. This data seems to be proof of that.

Take a look at the data infographic — is it an accurate portrayal of your state?


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


The Reason Kentucky Only Has Two Black-Owned Bourbon Distilleries

How big is bourbon in Kentucky? The state and the spirit are practically synonymous. Kentucky distillers make 95 percent of the world's bourbon (via The Washington Post). Kentucky has so much bourbon aging in barrels of charred oak, there are about two barrels for every man, woman, and child who live there (via Kentucky Distillers Association).

Recent tallies of the number of Kentucky bourbon distillers, compiled by Louisville Business First and Bourbon Obsessed, put the total at more than 70. When those counts were published, just a couple of years ago, they included exactly zero that were Black-owned.

That has changed over the past year. Now there are two Black-owned bourbon makers in the state: Fresh Bourbon and Brough Brothers. Brough Brothers just started distilling in December and produces 15 gallons of whiskey a week. Fresh Bourbon, which has plans for a larger distillery, isn't making bourbon quite yet but did get official recognition from the Kentucky state Senate in 2020 as the first Black-owned distillery in the state.

A third Kentucky bourbon, Saint Cloud, is made by a Black craftsman named Ray Walker (via VinePair). Rather than owning a distillery, Walker contracts with an already-established distillery to make his limited-edition batches (via Whiskey Consensus).


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