Drinkhacker Reads – 11.19.2014 – Wednesday Quick Links

Another round of quick links. Lots to cover today!

• Vinuous acquires International Wine Cellar for an undisclosed sum. Pretty ambitious for a company which started up less than 18 months ago. [Forbes]

• Bud Light is planning on launching a flavored beer line. [St. Louis Business Journal]

• William Grant wastes no time relaunching Drambuie after its acquisition, with a very peculiar ad designed to resemble “found footage” from the 60s. [YouTube]

• P. Diddy tries to start a tequila war, 1990s hip hop style. But on Instagram. That’ll show ’em. [Page Six]

• Somewhat related, Fox News recaps the history of celebrity-endorsed spirits. [Fox News]

• The Boundary Oak Distillery is now open for business, making it the first distillery in Hardin County, Kentucky since the 1890s. [Boundary Oak Distillery]

• The first Women Of The Vine symposium has been announced for 2015. Looks like a heck of a good time! [Women Of The Vine]

• Infographic: Beer sales mapped around the world. [Telegraph UK]

• Chuck Cowdery goes for the throats of orphans in his latest editorial piece. [Chuck Cowdery Blog]

• Alcohol in moderation only benefits about 15% of the population, according to geneticists. [Genetic Literacy Project]

• Read about the whiskey war that left Brooklyn in ruins. And we aren’t talking about modern day hipsters, either. [Smithsonian.com]

• The EU is going to demand more of its beer head over to Japan in an upcoming economic summit between the two powerhouses. [Reuters]

• Qosy releases its 2015 guide to the best whiskeys in the world. It’s mainly for newcomers not looking to break the bank. Some interesting selections, though. [Qosy]

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