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I know this information has been posted before in different contexts, but now that the Festival is almost upon us, could those familiar with area liquor stores indicate a list of the ones in town that have a good bourbon selection.
I recall last year, on the road that goes up from the tourist office towards the Old Kentucky Home area, finding a small store in a strip mall, it was on the left side of the road travelling in the direction I mentioned. This had a good selection but it was all behind the counter and not always easy to see everything (and linger some).
Thanks for an update on the current choices in Bardstown.
The 2 places I remember off hand are:
#1 - Toddy's just about in the middle of town. http://www.straightbourbon.com/forums/images/graemlins/toast.gif
#2 - Kentucky Home Liquors by Walmart / Krogers.
I stopped in many smaller stores around the area but there selections were very limited. Best bet may be some of the larger places like liquor barn but they are a drive away's from Bardstown...
Thanks Mark. I will have a car, so going out of town is do-able. Where is that Liquor Barn? I am looking on this trip for odd brands, like Fleischmann's Rye from Barton. But also for new brands, like Barton's new single barrel bottling.
towards the Old Kentucky Home area, finding a small store in a strip mall, it was on the left side of the road travelling in the direction I mentioned. This had a good selection but it was all behind the counter and not always easy to see everything
That is State Liquors, on Old Bloomfield Parkway. I have been in there but it seemed to only have fast movers, I didn't see any dusty forgotten stuff. I Think Toddy's #1 then Kentucky Home Liquors. Also I don't know the name of it but out by the Bluegrass parkway where Holiday Inn/Days Inn are is a fair store. There's a store in Shepherdsville ( If you go to Jim Beam in Clermont you are 9 miles from it) Turnpike Liquors X117 From I65. They had Evan Williams Distillers select , Jeffersons, The rest of the usual stuff 20 more miles north ( Fern Valley Road, go east) will put you at a Liquor Barn. http://www.straightbourbon.com/forums/images/graemlins/toast.gif Also in Btown there is a Sportsmans Liquor on Banjo street I don't even know where that is.
Also in Btown there is a Sportsmans Liquor on Banjo street I don't even know where that is.
They also call it Stoney's Liquor & Bar. Don't bother...they don't have sh*t.
Have you been to the Liquor Palace outside of Fern Creek yet? I pass it all the time, and keep meaning to stop.
Turnpike Liquors is carrying more and more. Since they moved (they used to be a lot smaller) they have more room. I have been there about every six weeks (I was there this weekend) and they know items I am looking for. It is convenient for me since I pass there on my way to Nashville, TN. It is two exist north of the Clermont Exit on I-65.
For those of you who can't get Rock Hill Farms or Blanton's this is one place I stock up.
However, I'll plan to hit Liquor Barn the Saturday of Bourbon Festival.
Yes, Jo and I plan to drive down for Saturday. We can't miss Chuck's presentation!
Have you been to the Liquor Palace outside of Fern Creek yet?
I have it's a nice shop. He does have a good selection of stogies. You will not find anything there thats not at Liquor Barn. I stop at Skyway and the Bottle Stop when on Btown Road, in that area.
BTW I know where there are a couple private label Pendennis Club bottles are, It's Old Forester. Any one interested pm me.
Turnpike Liquors is carrying more and more.
He has a good thing going there. Pat, the owner is a fair whiskey man himself, pretty knowledgable.
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