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History

Discussion of bourbon history.

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  1. Many more Pictures of The Kinsey Distillery

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  2. More Contiental / Publicker / Kinsey Brands

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  3. Publicker / Continental Dstilling / Brands

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  4. Pics from the Dist. across from DSP-8

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  5. Bourbon Distilling Techniques in 1870

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  6. Online Whiskey Book

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  7. After 30 years Old Hickory Bourbon

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  8. Red head Straight Bourbon

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  9. A walk through Kinsey in the 1960's

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  10. My Collection of Continental / Publicker Bottles

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  11. Kinsey Distillery & The Army Sargent

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  12. Restoration

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  13. A study in history

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  14. Whiskey As Viewed in 1865 in Brooklyn, NY

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  15. PVW Label

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  16. U.S. Grant and Old Crow

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  17. Rye Whiskey from 1872

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  18. Database Index to Cecil's Book

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