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scopenut
05-29-2008, 13:29
The supply of my best go-to, bang-for-the-buck bourbon, Weller 12 yr, has practically dried up down here in S. Florida. Used to get it easily and on sale at ABC, but no more, at least for the time being.

PVW 10/107 was always available as well, now not at all.

Anyone else feeling my pain?

-Kevin

CorvallisCracker
05-29-2008, 13:49
The supply of my best go-to, bang-for-the-buck bourbon, Weller 12 yr, has practically dried up down here in S. Florida. Used to get it easily and on sale at ABC, but no more, at least for the time being.

PVW 10/107 was always available as well, now not at all.

Anyone else feeling my pain?

-Kevin

Two bourbons I bought frequently when I lived in FL (TLH). Neither available in OR.

So I was feeling your pain even before you were.

barturtle
05-29-2008, 14:58
Last time I was in KY most of the VW were in short supply and hard to find.

mozilla
05-29-2008, 15:03
How about Binny's....they should have a decent supply of their barrel of WL 12.

ThomasH
05-29-2008, 15:07
While in KY at the end of April, ORVW 10/107 was completely out in Louisville and out of the 3 stores in Bardstown that I found it, 2 had severely jacked up prices. ORVW 10/90 was still on shelves but running low. Weller 12 and Weller SR were also either low or out in most places!

Thomas

drunkenjayhawk
05-29-2008, 15:28
Weller SR is plentiful here in Eastern kansas, so it antique and the 12 year isnt that hard to find if you dont mind 1L bottles. But no ORVW 10 only 20 yr available. The 'net may be the best option for the 10 yr orvw.

PhilsFan
05-29-2008, 16:05
Just came back from Liquor Barn and made a point to see what they had of Weller...an abundance of SR, a good supply of Antique, but no 12yr at Fern Valley location.

They also had a few bottles of ORVW 10/90, but no 10/107.

-Joe

jburlowski
05-29-2008, 17:15
As has been reported elsewhere here, BT stopped producing most of the Weller expressions. Some (e.g, Centennial) apparently forever... others for a relatively short period of time until appropriately aged stocks become available.