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  1. #51
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    Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Quote Originally Posted by squire View Post
    Old whiskys never die, they just get blended away.
    I was about to ask. There's no way they'd just toss an old barrel given what it's cost them in taxes/time/etc.

    Does a barrel ever go completely bad, age related or otherwise?

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Yes they do, barrels can be ruined by green wood sap or an iron scrap (that's why barrels are not put together with nails) and when they do they are sold to a rectifier to be redistilled into industrial alcohol.

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Quote Originally Posted by theglobalguy View Post
    I was about to ask. There's no way they'd just toss an old barrel given what it's cost them in taxes/time/etc.

    Does a barrel ever go completely bad, age related or otherwise?
    Eventually everything will evaporate out.

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    But you guys aren't about to let that happen, are you Kyle.

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Certainly not. But we also dont have these old barrels. Just happen to know who does.

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Kyle on this Board we call that a cliffhanger.

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Kyle, that's a welled played line.

    Thanks for the contributions. And for good product that you folks put out.

    B
    "Life is life and fun is fun, but it's all so quiet when the goldfish die."

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Seems this rumored creature is starting to show in the wild, ran across this in another corner of the internets.

    Anyone seen or tasted it yet?


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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Batch 2 even! New to me. Anyone know msrp?

    thanks for sharing.

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    Re: Jefferson's Presidential Rye Select 21

    Something for me to ask Trey Zoeller about during a bourbon dinner I am going to in a couple of weeks that he is supposed to be attending. Well, something else. I already have several questions in mind! If we even get to ask questions.

    Although I am not really expecting any real details unfortunately. Perhaps I will be wrong about that.

    As for MSRP I don't have a clue but anything much below the bourbon which was around $135 would be something of a surprise even with the relatively low proof. Unfortunately more than that would not be a big surprise. At least 100 proof like the older Rittenhouse Rye line would have been nice to see.


    Quote Originally Posted by Pikesville View Post
    Seems this rumored creature is starting to show in the wild, ran across this in another corner of the internets.

    Anyone seen or tasted it yet?

    That yella whiskey runnin' down my throat like honey dew vine water and I took another slash…

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