Kayleigh Kulp is a freelance journalist who has written for The Daily Beast, Afar, the Washington Post, Travel Channel, Travel + Leisure, CNN, Fox Business Network, Wine Enthusiast, The Daily Meal, Los Angeles Times, Bust, AARP and AAA Journey magazines, ABC News, Miami Herald, San Antonio Express-News, Washington Examiner, and The Baltimore Sun.
She's also the author of Booze for Babes: the Smart Woman's Guide to Drinking Spirits Right, a manual for drinking well and against gender stereotypes while highlighting phenomenal women working as distillers, entrepreneurs and mixologists.
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