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  1. #1
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    Traveling Through Kentucky

    I will be visiting the inlaws in Clarksville TN, near Ft. Cambell for Thanksgiving. Can anyone recommend a store with a good selection of bourbons in that area. I hope to pickup a few bottles that I never see up in here in the frozen north to help me through the winter.

    Any suggestions would be appreciated.

    Tim
    "I'm and optimist, even if the glass is half empty, there's still more in the bottle!!!!!"

  2. #2
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    A place to stop

    If you are coming down I-75, as you get south of Lexington, get off at Man-O-War (exit 113 I think), head west and you will find a Liquor Barn within a half mile on the left. You might ask a manager if you are looking for something specific and don't find it. They are known to carry some items "off the shelf". Have a good trip!
    Dave K.

    "Time Flies whether you're having fun or not."
    Or, as Kermit the Frog would say after a pour or two: "Time is fun when you are having flies!"

  3. #3
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    Likewise if you're coming down I-75, take the first exit in KY just after you cross the Ohio river from Cincinnati. The Cork n' Bottle is just to your left off the exit. They have a great selection of bourbons (and any other type of alcohol you might be interested in).

 

 

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