We recently cut the cord and now consume all of our Entertainment over streaming services like Netflix and Amazon Prime. We have been streaming for a long time but only just recently cut out cable entirely.
My wife and I wanted to watch a movie this weekend but didn't have anything in mind when we stumbled across a new documentary called "NEAT: The Story of Bourbon". We immediately broke out the new bottle of High West American Prairie Bourbon we had just bought, made ourselves some killer old fashions and sat down to watch it.
This is not a review. I am a homebrewer, not a movie or documentary critic but I know what I like and recommend this movie to anyone with an interest in Bourbon. The movie features some incredible figures in the world of distilling including one of my favorite actors, Steve Zahn. He was both informative and hilarious in every scene he was in. The featured employee from Buffalo Trace made me want to jump in the car and head to Kentucky for a tour.
If you haven't seen it yet, go watch it. It's an informative and entertaining documentary.
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