'Bourbon Summit' to discuss retaliatory tariffs
LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE) - The world's eight leading whiskey associations will gather in Louisville next week for a Bourbon Summit.
The Kentucky Distillers' Association is hosting the historic two-day summit to discuss recent retaliatory tariffs. The KDA said the tariffs will harm distillery workers and consumers.
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A release from the KDA said the discussion would focus on trade issues that threaten the growth of the industry.
The summit, titled "W8--Spirit of Collaboration Summit," will be held on July 26 at The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Welcome Center at the Frazier History Museum.
The KDA was founded in 1880 and is a nonprofit trade group that bills itself as "the Commonwealth's voice for Bourbon and distilled spirits issues.
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