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F. Paul Pacult is an American expert on distilled spirits.
Total Books: 5
He has published F. Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal since 1991, and has written several books, including A Double Scotch: How Chivas Regal and the Glenlivet Became Global Icons (2005).
F. Paul Pacult
Wine, Beer and Spirits journalist, author, educator, lecturer, consultant
After working for Sonoma County winemaker Rodney Strong from 1973 to 1982, Pacult relocated to New York where he founded his wine school Wine Courses International. From 1982 to 1990, he contributed to a wide array of publications, including Playboy, Wine & Spirits, Cheers, Connoisseur, MarketWatch. Travel & Leisure, Men and the New York Times Magazine. He produced and co-hosted two syndicated radio shows, The Happy Hour (1997-1999) and Paul Pacult (2000) and has appeared in two landmark History Channel documentaries.
Currently, Paul Pacult is publisher/editor of F. Paul Pacult; special projects editor for the New York Times Magazine; monthly columnist for Delta Sky, the award-winning Delta Air Lines in-flight magazine; contributor for CARGO and drinks; judging director for the San Francisco World Spirits Competition; contributing editor for Beverage Dynamics; and columnist and spirits-tasting director for Wine Enthusiast magazine. He also hosts the critically acclaimed monthly tasting series in New York City, the Masters Series at Keens Steakhouse. He is a founding partner of Beverage Alcohol Resource, LLC (BAR) along with other distinguished experts like Dale DeGroff and David Wondrich.
He is the author of four books: A Double Scotch: How Chivas Regal and The Glenlivet Became Global Icons (Wiley, 2005), the best-selling American Still Life: The Jim Beam Story and the Making of the World (Wiley, 2003) as well as Kindred Spirits (Hyperion, 1997) and The Beer Essentials (Hyperion, 1997).
Paul also won an award for wine journalism excellence in 2001 from The Academy of Wine Communications. He is the only journalist in the world to concurrently be a life member of Keepers of the Quaich whisky society (Edinburgh, Scotland), a life member of KentuckyBourbon Hall of Fame, and a life member of FranceCompany of Armagnac Musketeers.
F. Paul Pacult
Since 1991, F. Paul Pacult has been the most trusted newsletter on spirits, wine, and beer in America. Published quarterly, F. Paul Pacult does not accept advertising and, as such, renders unbiased reviews and ratings that are considered the gold standard within the alcoholic beverage industry.