Hey just seen another you can add to the list - James E. Pepper -1776 15 yrs. old, and what about the old scout line,just seen them as well.
Everyday my spirit seems to find its way to the bottom of a glass...... Don
Still not sure about the OS and VOS lines. Are they going to be regular releases or limited? The info I've seen recently seems to indicate they're limited. Can anyone confirm either way?
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I grossed over eight thousand dollars in one night. Time of your life, huh kid?
Old Charter is no longer age-stated. The former 8 yo AS now merely has the number "8" on the label (alla VOB).
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Heaven Hill 8 year 86 is still being released here in RI (and I'm told MN). Not sure if that counts or not. My guess is it won't be for much longer given current trends.