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  1. #261
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    Re: The Kinsey Fire Observation Room

    Thanks Paddy I am thrilled to see old Publicker Brands returning, including Old Hickory in the state of Tn.
    Dave Z

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    Re: The Kinsey Fire Observation Room

    Thanks Joe it is awesome seeing the return of the Kinsey Whiskey Name, the Linfield Straight Whiskey and Old Hickory Whiskey in Tn. The People who brought back Kinsey said my writings gave them the Idea to try and get the Label Brand since it was a very old Pa brand 1892.
    Dave Z

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    Re: The Kinsey Fire Observation Room

    I thought you may have had some influence there, and I think that it's wonderful that they are making you a part of the rebirth! Blending the old with the new, what an awesome thing... and they sure have done a great job with that wonderful, historic old building. Best of luck to them, and congrats to you as well!!

  4. #264
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    Re: The Kinsey Fire Observation Room

    Yeah, Dave had some influence. He also gets a call out on their website. "A Whiskey Sourced, Blended & Bottled by Robert J. Cassell, a Pennsylvania Craft Whiskey Pioneer. Validated by a Former Employee of the Continental Distilling Co." :-)

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    Re: The Kinsey Fire Observation Room

    Thanks Chuck I was thrilled when I saw that. They have been very Kind to me and I really enjoy trying their Whiskeys. just got a Bottle of Kinsey Bourbon to try and it is a nice Whiskey for sure. They also told me that they purchased the Old Continental Brand Linfield Straight Bourbon and plan on using it in the future. That will be an exciting Time. I never got to try that one. If anyone ever finds an old Bottle of it let me know I would gladly buy it to try it. My biggest problem right now is no incoming money. On Sept 23 I will be 68 I sure am hoping to find a bottle of Old Hickory to drink on my Birthday!
    Dave Z =========================
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  6. #266
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    Re: The Kinsey Fire Observation Room

    Quote Originally Posted by dave ziegler View Post
    Thanks Chuck I was thrilled when I saw that. They have been very Kind to me and I really enjoy trying their Whiskeys. just got a Bottle of Kinsey Bourbon to try and it is a nice Whiskey for sure. They also told me that they purchased the Old Continental Brand Linfield Straight Bourbon and plan on using it in the future. That will be an exciting Time. I never got to try that one. If anyone ever finds an old Bottle of it let me know I would gladly buy it to try it. My biggest problem right now is no incoming money. On Sept 23 I will be 68 I sure am hoping to find a bottle of Old Hickory to drink on my Birthday!
    Dave Z =========================
    Kinsey The Unhurried Whisky
    We need to train you to use CL when referring to me here on SB.com. ;-) Bobby Cox gave me that nickname in 2002 to avoid confusion with Chuck Cowdery.

    BTW, I deactivated my Facebook profile. Don't know if or when I'll reactivate it. In the meantime, send me a PM here at SB.com. Also, I will send you a PM with my private email address.

 

 

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