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    Red State/Blue State

    So, uh, should reviews of this stuff go in the PRC forum or what?

    http://www.redbluebourbon.com/



    Seriously silly idea to sell bourbon. Very Maker's Mark.

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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    Quote Originally Posted by sku View Post
    So, uh, should reviews of this stuff go in the PRC forum or what?

    http://www.redbluebourbon.com/



    Seriously silly idea to sell bourbon. Very Maker's Mark.

    Um, I think it's Heaven Hill. But still a silly idea.
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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    I can verify that it is Heaven Hill.

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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    Yes. It is Heavan Hill. I just meant it is a Maker's type thing to do (multiple commemorative bottlings).

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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    So are they discriminating against independents?

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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    What is this, like Rock the Vote? Isn't there a law that requires voting and drinking remain mutually exclusive?

    I prefer politics like I prefer my whiskey: Blue + Red = Brown, thank you very much.
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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    The thing that really matters is, how do they taste? Could make for some fun blind tasting parties!
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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    On the Michigan list these jokers are listed at 80 proof and retail for $15 bucks each for a 750 ml bottle.

    For the sake of comparison, Fighting Cock is $18, Evan Williams is about $12, Heaven Hill Gold Label and M&M NAS are both $7.50.
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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    This is silly. So onto less silly matters, does anyone recall Max S. saying in past few months that HH would be putting out whiskey under labels that are from days gone by? (I may have been dreaming or hallucinating, or both, but could have sworn he said they'd be doing something fun like that.)
    Mark

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    Re: Red State/Blue State

    Bumping an old post.

    Found the Red State Bourbon listed on the PA LCB product search page under Specialty Bourbons. (Really?) There are only 23 units left in the entire state, better get yours now. Available by special order only at $14.99

    http://www.lcbapps.lcb.state.pa.us/w...uctCatalog.PDF

 

 

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