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Historic Stash Discovered At New Jersey Museum

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MOwhisky4me

I searched and didn't see this mentioned anywhere yet but forgive me if it has been.

 

Museum workers uncovered a stash of Revolutionary era wine and Prohibition era bourbon & whiskey while doing some work in the basement/wine cellar of a historic home turned museum...

 

http://wjactv.com/news/offbeat/gallery-inside-the-secret-wine-stash-from-the-prohibition-discovered-by-museum-workers

 

 

Check out how dark some of that whiskey and bourbon is!

 

There are numerous other news sites covering the story if you do a search, but this gallery had the best pictures I was able to find.

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Hop

That was very interesting.  Cigars, Wine, Whiskey all stashed away like that.  Seems like a pattern to where some of us are today

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Richnimrod

When I clicked on the video button to start that vid, I got some BS pop-up message about my credit card info being skimmed, or some such. 

So, I quickly shut down, in case it wasn't BS.    Just a cautionary tale.....

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MOwhisky4me

Ugh, that site is linked from multiple news outlet webpages so I wasn't all that concerned about issues with the link.

 

I have hit it a couple dozen times from my phone, home PC, laptop, and even our isolated tracer server at work and have yet to run into a bad redirect or hit. Weird.

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marshbound

Starting to work up a thirst for some W.H.McBrayers BIB.  Not to mention the Chickencock rye  (Also a BIB)

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