It frequently comes up here in our discussions that certain parts of the country will get good distribution of top shelf whiskey and other parts will not. We all know that Kentucky, Tennessee and Virginia get anything made. But why Oregon say but not Ohio when one is much closer to the "bourbon belt"? How are these decisions made? I realize some of it is a question of quantity...if you only produce so much, you are going to ship to fewer places. Some states are "control" states where these decisions are wholly or in part decided by state agencies. Yet how and why do the distilleries decide where to distribute? It is a Catch-22...they may not distribute because it may not sell well, but it may not sell well because it is not readily available. Chuck, can you help us out here on how things end up on the shelf?