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  1. #21
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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    It's here in Mississippi.

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    Quote Originally Posted by Crowes View Post
    Thanks. Unfortunately I am in Michigan, but Ohio is a short drive so I was hoping I could drive down and pick some up.
    As you know it's not in MI but I do know where some is in northern IN as my wife picked me up 2 bottles this weekend when she went to visit family. If your up for a road trip Pm me and I will let you know where it's at.

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    It is also sold here in Montgomery County, Maryland....although they frequently go out of stock for long stretches of time.

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    What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    Available in Washington state as well.
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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    I've only seen it at two places in Massachusetts so far, $37.99 or $32.99, which is in line my finding that mid-shelf mass-market bourbons are about $5 more expensive in this state. I'll probably grab a bottle or two at the store with the lower price, especially if they have a sale coming up soon.

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    Not sold in PA by the LCB.

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    Is there a logical reason why one state can get the Special Reserve and the Antique but not the 12 year?

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    Quote Originally Posted by Crowes View Post
    Is there a logical reason why one state can get the Special Reserve and the Antique but not the 12 year?
    Probably not, but what do I know. I was in Shoppers Vineyard recently, which is a good liquor store here in NJ, and I asked why they didn't carry Weller 12, and they simply said it was not available in their market. I'd imagine they'd carry it if they could, as they carry OWA. In NJ, I have only seen OWA at SV and at local Total Wine outposts, and I've only found the WSR and Weller 12 in NYC. Fortunately, the Weller 12 is $21 around here, which is pretty surprising NYC would have one of the better prices on anything, let alone something scarce.

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    I can tell you that if you want anything other than the standard pours, Ohio won't have it. Ohio has to be one of the worst states for anything whisk(e)y.

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    Re: What states actually seel W. L. Weller 12 year old

    I've never seen it in Arizona, but bought some in Austin during deer season this year.
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