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CardsandBourbon
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Now I normally consider myself a law abiding citizen.  However, on a jaunt up to Louisville on Monday to help my daughter watch our grandson, I was sorely tempted to hi-jack a semi.  I know normally this would be wrong but I need opinions as to whether I should have, by taking possession of the following . . . 

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What say ye fellow SBer's?

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Temporary insanity may apply, but only by NOT hijacking said truck. 

 

 

P.S.

You're gonna need a bigger garage.

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Very cool. I’m wondering is this new make going to barreling and storage or finished product going for bottling.

The true bourbon nerds will know. I thought HH distilled in Louisville and ages and bottles in Bardstown?

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Harry in WashDC
3 hours ago, TehRegion219 said:

Could you imagine a single semi store pick?!?!?!? Bottles for everyone!

Anybody out there have an idea how big the "local buyers' club" would have to be if we picked by tanker load?  Who's going to do the tasting?  We going to meet up at truck stops?  Just wondering.

 

This could give a whole new meaning to "road trip".

 

Sorry - that was just SUCH low hanging fruit . . .

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Based on some of the stashes that I have seen on here, if you hijacked this you would still be the guy on the forum that has a little bourbon!

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