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    BT camera

    Check out the Buffalo Trace Camera at the Weller building. This will surprise some and answer some questions that couldn't be answered earlier.
    Etohchem
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    Someone else keeps taking control

    I can't get control of the camera to zoom in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by etohchem
    Check out the Buffalo Trace Camera at the Weller building. This will surprise some and answer some questions that couldn't be answered earlier.
    Etohchem
    Nice find! It doesn't answer where I can get some, though.

    Ken
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    I can't get ahold of the camera long enough to see what it is. What's being bottled?
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    It says Fire Pot Barrel Aged, 10 year old

    Still trying to zoom in.
    Looks like we're all fighting for control.
    I relinquish control to Jeff.
    Colonel Ed
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    Looks like one of the Experimentals

    They're bottling this whiskey right now.
    Looks like originally barreled in 1993 and rebarreled in 2001.
    Special Label.
    Trying to get over to it now.

    Will this be available soon?

    Colonel Ed
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    Quote Originally Posted by pepcycle
    They're bottling this whiskey right now.
    Looks like originally barreled in 1993 and rebarreled in 2001.
    Special Label.
    Trying to get over to it now.
    I can't view this with my Mac. Could someone capture a good image and post it here?

    Jeff
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    This is the first barrel today. There are going to be 3 total different barrels. I must wait for the press release until I can give any more information.

    Etohchem
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    Very Cool. We've been waiting Patiently

    I'm salivating thinking about what these might be like.
    Will be able to have some by April 29th for the Spring Sampler?
    It would be so great to do a "Experimentals" sampling.
    I assume BT will be at the Sampler.
    Ken
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    Colonel Ed
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    Now they are doing a "Fire Pot Barrel Aged" experimental bourbon. Barrel heated for 23 mins to dry the wood......with a #4 char. 10 years old.....90 proof. BT Mash Bill #1.

    Randy

 

 

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