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  1. #1
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    MI changes: June 30, 2013

    I compared the new liquor list to the old liquor list and noted the changes (I didn't look at prices).

    GONE:
    Grand Traverse 100% Straight Bourbon Whiskey
    Ancient Age 50mL
    Big Buck Artisan Straight Bourbon
    Big Buck Exclusive Bourbon
    Blue State
    Bulleit 50mL
    Charter 101
    Divine
    Elijah Craig 18
    Hudson Four Grain
    Various Jim Beam promotional stuffs
    Old Forester 86 plastic 750 (glass 750 still on the list)
    Red State
    Various Wild Turkey promotional stuffs
    Woodford Reserve with copper stopper
    Woodford Reserve Derby 2013
    Grand Traverse 100% Corn Whiskey (80 proof)
    Hudson New York Corn 375mL
    Grand Traverse Ole George Whiskey
    Knob Creek Rye 50mL
    Grand Traverse Rye and Straight Rye
    Various Jack Daniels promotional stuffs
    Ole Smoky Moonshine

    ADDED:
    Benchmark plastic 375mL
    Breaking & Entering
    Breckenridge Bourbon Whiskey
    Calumet Farm
    Elijah Craig Small Batch 12
    Jefferson's Presidential Select 21
    Various Jim Beam promotional stuffs
    Penny Packer
    Russel's Reserve Single Barrel
    Smooth Ambler Old Scout and Old Scout 10
    Traverse City Whiskey Co. Cherry
    Some Wild Turkey promotional stuffs
    Balcones Baby Blue, Brimstone, True Blue 100, and True Blue 120
    Grand Traverse 100% Corn Whiskey (86 proof)
    Jacob's Ghost 750mL
    MB Roland Kentucky Black Dog, Kentucky White Dog, and True Kentucky Shine
    Bulleit 95 Rye 1000mL
    Goldrun Rye
    Riverboat Rye 1000mL
    Templeton Rye
    Pete

    I hate scotch.

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    Re: MI changes: June 30, 2013

    "Breaking & Entering"

    Horrible name for a product.
    ~Robert BTOTY #2 2009

    GBS Member - 2011 Indoctrination

  3. #3
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    Re: MI changes: June 30, 2013

    Is the Elijah Craig small batch the bottling with a label that mentions the specific the store where it's sold?
    Craig

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    Re: MI changes: June 30, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by cas View Post
    Is the Elijah Craig small batch the bottling with a label that mentions the specific the store where it's sold?
    Craig
    Pretty sure it is the Michigan board's mis-labelling of the ECBP based on the timing of when it showed up on the list and the $$

  5. #5
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    Re: MI changes: June 30, 2013

    I believe the "Elijah Craig Small Batch 12 Year" is the barrel proof. It's listed as 132 proof and it's $49.96.
    The MLCC should hire some people who know what the heck they're doing.
    Pete

    I hate scotch.

  6. #6
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    Re: MI changes: June 30, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by TheNovaMan View Post
    The MLCC should hire some people who know what the heck they're doing.
    I totally agree, however; if that were to happen they'd be among the very few in Mitten-State Gov't to be 'so-qualified'; I therefor doubt you'll see it happen anytime soon. I keep waiting for the de-regulation... or at least re-regulation of the spirits industry in Michigan. Didn't Snyder promise us that it was on his to-do list???? My advice: Don't hold your breath.

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    Re: MI changes: June 30, 2013

    Quote Originally Posted by Richnimrod View Post
    I totally agree, however; if that were to happen they'd be among the very few in Mitten-State Gov't to be 'so-qualified'; I therefor doubt you'll see it happen anytime soon. I keep waiting for the de-regulation... or at least re-regulation of the spirits industry in Michigan. Didn't Snyder promise us that it was on his to-do list???? My advice: Don't hold your breath.
    Sorry, but Snyder is no looking out for the ordinary Michigan citizen.

 

 

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