I made use of a quick trip to Louisville for some shopping at Liquor Barn (formerly Liquor Outlet). I don't see any difference other than the name change. How nice to see a liquor store with a sign in the window that says "200 bourbons." Prices are about the same as Chicago, so I just use these trips to buy things I can't get here, like Very Old Barton, Old Charter and Four Roses. I also picked up some Buffalo Trace and Knob Creek because the prices were a little better than here.
Very Old Barton, which is not available here and not generally available outside the South, is very popular in Louisville. Liquor barn had more facings of it than any other brand, even Jim Beam. They had it in 80 proof, 86 proof, 90 proof and 100 proof, in the full range of sizes.
The only disappointment. They had a display of Pipkin beers, and a shelf label for the bourbon barrel stout, but that flavor was out. It's probably the most incredible beer I've ever tasted. If you can get it, do. One pint will last you the whole evening.