Tag: Expedition of Thirst
“When Kansas Was America’s Napa Valley” is an essay I wrote for the series What It Means to Be American that explores the history of Kansas winemaking and grape-growing before and after Prohibition.
The University Press of Kansas has just published a guide to the breweries, wineries, and distilleries of eastern Kansas and western Missouri. Called Expedition of Thirst (link is external), it’s by Kansas City writer Pete Dulin. The book covers more than 150 locations in the two states.
I’m excited to share the cover for Expedition of Thirst: Exploring Breweries, Wineries, and Distilleries across the Heart of Kansas and Missouri. Any guesses on where this photo was taken? Hint: It was shot in Missouri. Published by University Press of Kansas in Lawrence, Kansas, and due out in October 2017, my fourth book is a regional…