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    Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey

    There is a new product out, Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey. 86 proof. Label says it is "barreled, aged and hand bottled" at the distillery in Kelso, TN so I 'm not clear if it was distilled there although the label also says "Tennessee Rye Whiskey".

    Nice package. A friend informed me of the new product, so I haven't had the chance to try it.

    Gary

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    Re: Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey

    You know the drill, Gary. If it doesn't say distilled there it wasn't. Probably more LDI.

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    Re: Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey

    I would think that's probably right, Chuck, thanks.

    Gary

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    Re: Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey

    But you know I always appreciate your optimism.

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    Re: Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey

    The glass is half-full, always: as long as the whiskey is good.

    Gary

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    What is LDI?
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    Re: Benjamin Pritchard's Rye Whiskey

    Quote Originally Posted by Hershmeister View Post
    What is LDI?
    Thanks
    LDI has a very interesting website, if you google Lawrenceburg Distillers of Indiana. Also, Chuck has a great piece in the latest Malt Advocate. Also, if you search this site you'll find loads of stuff.

    My short answer is that LDI is, by COMPLETE ACCIDENT, the most dynamic producer of Rye Whiskey at this moment in U.S. history.

 

 

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