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http://www.courier-journal.com From the business section of the Louisville Courier Journal
From Beam Brands, date line Knob Creek, Clermont Ky.  A Burbon Shortage.  Beam Brands small batch brand Knob Creek is announcing that they will run out of Knob Creek before the next years batch is ready.
 
 
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  AIN"T NO WONDER!!!!!!!  With things being the way they are,it would drive the preacher to drink.
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That is sad news indeed.
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YikesDangit! I guess I'll either have to stock up (if I can),or I'll just have to pick up some Woodford or Blantons.
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O.K. then, break out the Crown Royal!
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Hey we're talking about real Kentucky Bourbon here, not that Canadian koolaid! Knob Creek is a single barrell bourbon that will knock your d!(# n the dirt.
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 "not that Canadian koolaid!"

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You must be confusing that with US beer Lynn!
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Crown?
 
At least Seagram's has been on the Burbon trail.
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Hey we're talking about real Kentucky Bourbon here, not that Canadian koolaid! Knob Creek is a single barrell bourbon that will knock your d!(# n the dirt.


+1  but my favorite bourbon is still Makers Mark.
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We still have Templeton Rye here in Iowa said to have been one of Al Capones favorites.
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Makers is also my favorite. The Knob Creek and Woodford are for special occasions.
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For my budget it is Wild Turkey or Beam Black.  Plenty of stock here.
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Good Thing My Granddaddy (both of them) Us To Run & Make Shine.  
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I had to quit drinking shine. I don't know, but there is just something about drinking shine and not feeling drunk until you stand up and fall on your face. Kinda hard to know when to say when.
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Falling over is not a good enough sign?
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Originally posted by SD Dog SD Dog wrote:

Falling over is not a good enough sign?
 
Falling over is telling me it's too late to enjoy tomorrow.
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Originally posted by SD Dog SD Dog wrote:

Falling over is not a good enough sign?
 
Falling over is telling me it's too late to enjoy tomorrow.


So you are looking for more of a yield sign instead of a stop sign.  Understand.  Suppose drinking slower is out of the question.
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Drank slow enough, even snickered at the first guy that got up and stumbled. Didn't feel the least bit tipsy til I stood up, then I realized I was plowed. Just glad I didn't fall into the campfire. Now I just take a very small taste, and that's it. I hate hangovers!
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Sounds like I need to make a trip to Kentucky.  It does hurt the pride you laugh at the other guy for not being able to walk and then you are not able to make it out of the chair without falling.  Been there done that a time or two while camping as well.
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Yeah, we, or my friends, still talk about that night. First time they ever saw me drunk, and I never intended to get that way. Zero to drunk in one step. No wonder moonshine is so popular.
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Makers is also my favorite. The Knob Creek and Woodford are for special occasions.
 
My favorite is the one your pouring me from YOUR bottle...
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Originally posted by scooter65 scooter65 wrote:

Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Makers is also my favorite. The Knob Creek and Woodford are for special occasions.
 
My favorite is the one your pouring me from YOUR bottle...
As one friend of mine says "My favorite brand of bourbon is free".
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Originally posted by scooter65 scooter65 wrote:

Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Makers is also my favorite. The Knob Creek and Woodford are for special occasions.
 
My favorite is the one your pouring me from YOUR bottle...
As one friend of mine says "My favorite brand of bourbon is free".


Same thing can be said about beer as well.
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