Jake Emen does a great story on the changing face of whiskey in America, and how women are a big part of it. Our own Becky Harris gets some hefty coverage in the story:
Ironically, across a pre-Industrial Revolution America, women were formerly household distillers, back when it was considered merely another female duty. "It was a big chore, making all the spirits and whiskey and cider and all of this stuff they did, that was one of their jobs," explains Harris. "Then guys decided that this was this 'craft' that only men do, and women were gone."
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