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    Added to the Ohio list in May

    These showed up on the May price list

    Old Forester Signature (YES!) for 18.70-19.70 and
    Red Stag 18.75-19.75

    Wild Turkey 101 dropped in price by about a buck a 750 as well.
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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    So the OFS is good? Never had that.

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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Quote Originally Posted by DeanSheen View Post
    So the OFS is good? Never had that.
    That's a matter of opinion, of course. Many like it, I think it tastes like doo-doo.
    "A person can work up a mean, mean thirst after a hard day of nothing much at all . . . "

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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Quote Originally Posted by DeanSheen View Post
    So the OFS is good? Never had that.
    I like it and was going to pick up a handle or two of it next week but that is no longer necessary since I can souce it here shortly. It seems that Andy and I are 180 degrees apart on many bourbons, but that's fine as we won't have to worry about bogarting each others stash.

    I'll probably split a bottle Red Stag 3 or 4 ways just to give it a try. I often drink BT on the rocks with a couple of cherries at the bowling alley, so it's a logical curiosity.
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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    I like it and was going to pick up a handle or two of it next week but that is no longer necessary since I can souce it here shortly. It seems that Andy and I are 180 degrees apart on many bourbons, but that's fine as we won't have to worry about bogarting each others stash.

    I'll probably split a bottle Red Stag 3 or 4 ways just to give it a try. I often drink BT on the rocks with a couple of cherries at the bowling alley, so it's a logical curiosity.
    Just drink J W Dant BIB it taste like cherries
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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Went to the liquor section of Woodman's Market today to pick up a birthday present for a friend. There was a distributor there at the time. Naturally, I struck up a conversation with him. Although he deals with wines now, he used to distribute liquors. During the conversation about bourbons, he mentioned that Woodman's will be carrying Red Stag. I will probably get a bottle since I do have a sweet tooth. Joe
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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    I was in a liquor store in Ohio a few days ago and although I purchased some Old Forester, I was pleased to see J.T.S. Brown Bottled in Bond on the shelf, handles only.

    While it's not Binny's, either in terms of selection or in terms of prices, the selection at least at this store wasn't too bad. One curiousity: a lot of Ezra Brooks on the shelf.

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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Handles and 750s, JTS Brown is a nice luxury in the bourbon ghetto of Ohio.
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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Quote Originally Posted by callmeox View Post
    Handles and 750s, JTS Brown is a nice luxury in the bourbon ghetto of Ohio.
    You said it, Ox. Although we may disagree on some bourbons, there are a lot we can agree on also. I think despite your liquor control situation, Ohio does offer some gems -- the JTSB BIB & Old Ezra being the obvious picks for me. Did I also see that WT American Spirit is available in Ohio?
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    Re: Added to the Ohio list in May

    Yes, it is and at $88-$90 per bottle with tax included, it's not a bad price compared to elsewhere.
    My name is Joel Goodson. I deal in human fulfillment.
    I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?

 

 

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