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BourbonJoe
10-29-2008, 06:24
The code is 80713. For some reason it is not on my UPC list.
Thanks,
Joe :usflag:

barturtle
10-29-2008, 06:28
It would help to know what bottling it is on...can you give the full 12 digit code?

barturtle
10-29-2008, 06:37
Never mind, it appears to be Bellow's, a former National Distiller's brand that is now owned by Beam.

mozilla
10-29-2008, 06:50
I concur with Timothy's conclusion of Nationals Bellows.

BourbonJoe
10-29-2008, 07:01
Thanks guys.
Joe :usflag:

BourbonJoe
10-29-2008, 10:35
Here's another one that's not on my list: 85232. Anybody recognize this one?
Joe :usflag:

WhiskeyRiver
10-29-2008, 10:42
A UPC code is ten digits long. The first five indicates the company, the last five the companies product. Example; 18200 indicates Budweiser the company, 53150 indicates a case of Bud Light cans.

mozilla
10-29-2008, 11:30
Here's another one that's not on my list: 85232. Anybody recognize this one?
Joe :usflag:

The TTB site has a number very close to that one...but it doesn't list a company name. What label is associated with that UPC? Maybe, I could gather info, that way?

BourbonJoe
10-29-2008, 12:48
. What label is associated with that UPC? Maybe, I could gather info, that way?

Jeff,
Old Setter. Probably no longer made.
Joe :usflag:

mozilla
10-29-2008, 13:26
Seems like most of the hits on the TTB site gave listings for items bottled in MD and PA. It never listed an actual name for the producer but had tons of listings. Many types of products and labels.

barturtle
10-29-2008, 14:55
85232 Majestic Distilling Co. Baltimore, Maryland. Old Setter has been replaced with Setter Premium, they are also the proud producers of Redneck Riviera Blended Whiskey.

barturtle
10-29-2008, 14:57
A UPC code is ten digits long. The first five indicates the company, the last five the companies product. Example; 18200 indicates Budweiser the company, 53150 indicates a case of Bud Light cans.

Actually they are 12 digits...you have to count the digits at both ends of the barcode.