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    "Old" Jim Beam Rye question/observation

    Visited my little liquor store friend and he had found a case 200ml Jim Beam Rye for $3 a bottle. This rye has 83 on the bottle and KY-DR8-230 on the bottle. No govt warning and a different label. My observation is that it is an amazingly sweet and easy rye compared to the Beam of today with none of the "funky" yeast taste. just my thoughts.

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    Re: "Old" Jim Beam Rye question/observation

    Can you post a pic of it? I have had it from that era I think. I did not know how to date it then. It was great.

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    Re: "Old" Jim Beam Rye question/observation

    Quote Originally Posted by tmckenzie View Post
    Can you post a pic of it? I have had it from that era I think. I did not know how to date it then. It was great.
    Here is the picture.
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