> Question 7: According to the May 1936 issue of Fortune Magazine Ancient Age
> was first sold that year using a "Bourbon type" whiskey distilled and aged in
> Canada. I believe the Regans discuss this as well in the Ancient Age history
> section of the Book of Bourbon.

As supporting information, the US Patent and Trademark Office lists
the Ancient Age logo as:
IC 033. US 049. G & S: WHISKEY. FIRST USE: 19360327. FIRST USE IN COMMERCE: 19360327
which, of course, means March 27th, 1936.

(www.uspto.gov)

The USPTO website is a nice way to dig up information about various
old whiskey brands, when they started, and who owns/owned them.

Plus, they give you a little graphic of the logo!

Tim Dellinger