Bourbon’s New Pioneers

Excerpted from SouthernLiving.com

When Autumn Nethery’s parents first brought up the idea of starting a family distillery, there was just one problem. “They approached me about it when I was still underage,” Autumn says with a laugh. But becoming a distiller didn’t strike her as an outlandish concept; her mother, Joyce Nethery, was already an accomplished chemical engineer with 15 years of experience in industrial distilling. Her father, Bruce Nethery, is a farmer who grows heirloom corn, the kind she and her mother decided they would use to make their own bourbon…

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