My favorite blurb from among the advance praise:
Approaching the history of bourbon from a legal standpoint, Haara tells the history of America through the development of commercial laws that guided our nation from an often reckless laissez-faire mentality, through the growing pains of industrialization, and past the overcorrection of Prohibition. More than just true bourbon history, this is part of the American story.
"Bourbon Justice: How Whiskey Law Shaped America actually digs into the law cases behind Bourbon, and presents the information in a very enjoyable read. Who knew that reading about law cases could actually be interesting?"—New Bourbon DrinkerMore information is available here. You can hear Haara talk about the book here.
-- Karen Tani