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velocci
10-03-2008, 08:50
Hi there, I was told this whisky will be available in the LCBO (Ontario) stores in October. anyone know of an exact date?

dsoneil
10-09-2008, 20:48
I is showing up in stores today. So it should be widely available by next week.

Gillman
10-09-2008, 21:11
Good catch. Hope to find this soon here and will render a report.

Gary

Jono
10-09-2008, 23:21
Are LCBO stores different in the product carried? This one is near the Marriott where I will be staying....I think it is underneath in the tube system...

http://www.lcbo.ca/lcbo-ear/ProductResultsController

The Canadian Whisky seems limited.


1. WISER'S RESERVE W/WOODEN COASTERS GIFT PACK**
Canada | Corby Distilleries Ltd
LCBO 49155 | 750 mL | $ 32.95

2. WISER'S DELUXE W/GLASSES GIFT PACK**
Canada | Corby Distilleries Ltd
LCBO 450064 | 750 mL | $ 29.95

What is Gibson's like?


11. FORTY CREEK BARREL SELECT W/ROCK GLASSES**
Canada | Kittling Ridge Ltd.
LCBO 603688 | 750 mL | $ 29.95

The only U.S. whiskey is JD.

Gillman
10-10-2008, 05:10
The choice differs quite a bit depending on the location. Summerhill, generally, is very complete. It has all the iterations of Wiser's currently. I haven't seen the new Forty Creek there yet but it will be there soon I am sure.

Gary

Jono
10-10-2008, 09:10
http://www.lcbo.ca/lcbo-ear/jsp/storeinfo.jsp?STORE=10

They may not show everything for some reason...same products listed at the Summerhill LCBO.

Gillman
10-10-2008, 09:36
I was there the other day and they had every Wiser's (including the Reserve) and most of everything else currently available except perhaps Cask No. 16 but I think that was there too in the Vintages section. The Queen's Quay LCBO is fairly complete as well but in my experience, Summerhill has everything - almost.

Gary

bpt
10-16-2008, 19:31
It doesn't help those of you so far north but it has shown up in Ft. Worth, Texas this week.

Gillman
10-16-2008, 19:47
Well, this is the North America Free Trade Area; still I must I have a word with the LCBO. :)

Gary