Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, everyone! Welcome to A Shot of Business Central and A Beer podcast episode 44. The original podcast to pair beer with Business Central. On this episode, we have special guest James Gio from Triangle Package Machinery, and we're talking about Jim's experience upgrading from NAV 2016 to Business Central 14 and now to Business Central 21. We're also drinking tasty bourbon and an enjoyable Christmas beer to celebrate the holidays.
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A Shot of Business Central and A Beer Podcast Show Notes
What we're drinking
Style: Christmas Porter
Bitterness: 67 IBUs
Brewed with English chocolate malt, Mexican sugar, and American hops.
Ranked: Number 30 in American Porter
Average Rating: 4.11
Appearance: Clean, brilliant honey amber
Nose: Heavy with rich dried fruit, hints of mint and oranges covered with a dusting of cocoa. Faint vanilla and tobacco spice.
Taste: Rich, chewy, rounded and smooth, with complex citrus, cinnamon and cocoa. Toffee, caramel, chocolate and spice notes abound.
Finish: Silky smooth, almost creamy at first with a long, warm satisfying tail.
Comprised of more than 200 detectable flavor notes, from bold grain and wood, to sweet aromatics, spice and fruit and floral notes.
What Makes Woodford Reserve so popular?
Heritage: First made bourbon on the same site the distillery is on now in 1812.
Grain: It’s crafted with 72% corn, 18% Rye, and 10% malted barley
Water: The water used comes directly from the distillery. It is naturally filtered by the limestone deposits under their property. It’s iron-free and mineral rich.
Fermentation: Their fermentation process is one of the longest in the industry.
Distillation: They use a careful batching process of whiskey distilled in pot stills and whiskey distilled in column stills.
Maturation: They make their own white oak barrels that they toast and char themselves.
Remember: All bourbon and scotch are whiskies but not all whiskies are bourbon or scotch.
All whiskies are distilled and barrel-aged spirit made from fermented grain.
Most commonly used grains are corn, barley, rye, and wheat.
Made from a single type of grain, usually barley.
Scotch is made exclusively in Scotland.
Made with a minimum 51% corn and then other grains are added to make the whisky sweeter or spicy.
Must be made aged in new, charred American white oak barrels.
Made exclusively in the United States.
95% of all bourbon is produced in Kentucky.
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