Former Maker's Mark President Bill Samuels, right, has been widely hailed for reviving Kentucky's bourbon industry, which was in decline by the 1970s. His son, Rob, took over the company last year.
Former Maker's Mark President Bill Samuels, right, has been widely hailed for reviving Kentucky's bourbon industry, which was in decline by the 1970s. His son, Rob, took over the company last year.
Former Maker's Mark President Bill Samuels, right, has been widely hailed for reviving Kentucky's bourbon industry, which was in decline by the 1970s. His son, Rob, took over the company last year.

Kentucky produces high-quality bourbon that you can drink any way you'd like

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