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rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:04
Pre a story in the Louisville Courier Journal 7/7/09, Knob Creek is out untill November. So if your a fan, better stock up.

callmeox
07-07-2009, 19:04
Thanks for the heads up.

Lost Pollito
07-07-2009, 19:10
Thanks for the heads up.

Ha-ha. Crackin me up Scott!!!:cool: Rotey...check out this thread. http://www.straightbourbon.com/forums/showthread.php?t=12502
Don't fret, there are lots of other bourbons to try during this fatalistic drought.
Welcome to the board.

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:18
I'm a Buffalo Trace fan for my everyday drink and Pappy for special occations (like fridays or saturdays). Thanks for the welcome. Just passing along info.

cowdery
07-07-2009, 19:19
Do you think Beam would pay people to post stuff on web sites, posing as ordinary participants?

I don't know, though. A proper shill would have given the link (http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20090706/BUSINESS/907060348/Bourbon+shortage+hits+Knob+Creek).

Welcome, Rotey. This is an example of why lurking is usually a good idea when joining a new community.

Lost Pollito
07-07-2009, 19:20
Can't go wrong with either of those bourbon's.

Lost Pollito
07-07-2009, 19:21
Do you think Beam would pay people to post stuff on web sites, posing as ordinary participants?

I don't know, though. A proper shill would have given the link (http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20090706/BUSINESS/907060348/Bourbon+shortage+hits+Knob+Creek).

Ha-ha. That's what I was thinking! Lets wait and see. I hope not. Prove Chuck wrong Rotey.

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:24
Do you think Beam would pay people to post stuff on web sites, posing as ordinary participants?

I don't know, though. A proper shill would have given the link (http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20090706/BUSINESS/907060348/Bourbon+shortage+hits+Knob+Creek).

Welcome, Rotey. This is an example of why lurking is usually a good idea when joining a new community.

I have been lurking a little while, just read that story today and thought I would contribute. I'll try to be more carefull next time.

callmeox
07-07-2009, 19:26
Nah, don't sweat it. We often bump-steer new folks, but don't let that discourage you.

Welcome to the fray.

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:29
Ha-ha. That's what I was thinking! Lets wait and see. I hope not. Prove Chuck wrong Rotey.

You guys are tough. No I don't work for Beam, just a Bourbon fan that lives in the Louisvlle area ( New albany IN were the corn comes from).

callmeox
07-07-2009, 19:29
I don't know, though. A proper shill would have given the link (http://www.courier-journal.com/article/20090706/BUSINESS/907060348/Bourbon+shortage+hits+Knob+Creek).



Do you mean like folks who are interviewed for and are quoted in the article? :slappin:

Lost Pollito
07-07-2009, 19:29
No sweat. Hang out and contribute. Lots to learn here. The more I learn the less I know. Welcome again Rotey.

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:34
Do you mean like folks who are interviewed for and are quoted in the article? :slappin:


Here you go.

http://www.courier-journal.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2009907060348

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:43
Callmeox I noticed that you are from Cleveland home of Great Lakes. Love the beer, can get it in Louisville now.

callmeox
07-07-2009, 19:45
GLBC has some great beers for sure. Glad to hear that they are expanding their reach. If you're ever in Cleveland, you need to stop for a beer and a meal at their restaurant. It's a neat place.

Lost Pollito
07-07-2009, 19:46
Great Lakes is most certainly delicious beer. Have you tried the ,"Stone" that's available in Louisville? I wish we could get that in Chicago.

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 19:52
I'm in Cleveland several times a year, in the Highland Heights area. We usually go the the Lizard. Is the restaurant any where near?

callmeox
07-07-2009, 19:57
Great Lakes (http://www.greatlakesbrewing.com/) is off of West 25th street, near the West Side Market (http://www.westsidemarket.org/).

There are a number of Winking Lizard (http://www.winkinglizard.com) locations around, so I'm guessing that you go to the one on Coventry. If so, GLBC is another 15 minutes or so from there.

Highland Heights, huh? Are you in the insurance business or perhaps medical imaging?

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 20:00
Your good. "medical imaging" for $100 Alex.

rotey234@insight
07-07-2009, 20:11
Great Lakes is most certainly delicious beer. Have you tried the ,"Stone" that's available in Louisville? I wish we could get that in Chicago.

Yes I have tried Stone good beer. You can get Three Floyds in the Big windy. One of my Favs, Gumballhead, great summer wheat.