New short documentary, “I, Whiskey,” is captivating, thirst-provoking

The Huffington Post reports on CEI's short film I, Whiskey: The Human Spirit

Wasmund is featured in “I, Whiskey: The Human Spirit,” a documentary-style short film released Oct. 12 that, according to press materials, “tells the story of how the freedom to innovate, enjoy, and profit brings people together.”

The Competitive Enterprise Institute and Passing Lane Films produced the film, which touches on the distillers, farmers, mixologists, restaurant owners and whiskey enthusiasts who comprise the soul of the spirit.

Slick and well-done, the captivating and thirst-provoking film is entertaining and inspirational, an ode to America’s indomitable spirit and taste for ingenuity and entrepreneurship.

Craft distilleries throughout the country have brought people closer to the art and science of making spirits. To ideas of innovation and creation. Determination and perseverance. Freedom and independence.

“’I, Whiskey’” is about freedom, the freedom to connect and create,” says Executive Producer Richard Morrison. “It tells the story of entrepreneurs, scientists and bootleggers and celebrates their rebel spirit and colorful history. The Competitive Enterprise Institute loves to show how commerce helps build a flourishing civil society, and telling the story of whiskey is a fun, approachable way to do that.”

Read the full article at The Huffington Post