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Old 12-03-2010, 08:01 PM   #1
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I was in Louisville this week for a trade show and last night I stopped by a liquor store that was down the street from my hotel. They had a great selection and here is what I picked up:

Sierra Nevada 30th Anniversary Ale
Sierra Nevada Estate Ale
Samuel Smith Organic Cider
Samuel Smith Yorkshire Stingo
Bluegrass Brewing Company Hell For Certain
Founders Red RyePA
Woodford Reserve Bourbon


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The only one I've had is the Founders and I can't wait to get into the Estate Ale and Stingo. I had originally gone in for a bottle of Pappy Van Winkle 20 year old bourbon but they didn't have any so I got the Woodford Reserve.



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Old 12-03-2010, 08:08 PM   #2
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Jack and Ken's Ale is fantastic. I had it earlier this week and I'm going back for more tonight.



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Old 12-04-2010, 01:22 AM   #3
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Louisville Beer Store on Market? They're awesome!

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Actually no, it was the Liquor Barn on Hurstbourne. I'll make a point to check out the place on Market next time I'm in Louisville.

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Jack and Ken's Ale is fantastic. I had it earlier this week and I'm going back for more tonight.
x2....my #1 beer for 2010.
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Ah, the Liquor Barn here in Lexington does not have the Sierra Nevada Estate. Looks like I'm making a trip.

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Woodford Reserve and Eagle Rare are two of my favorite bourbons.

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I want to know what the Sam Smith Cider and Stingo taste like. We can get the Stingo here in KS but I haven't seen the Cider

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Old 12-05-2010, 06:45 PM   #9
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Stingo just landed a perfect score according to Draft magazine. It's certainly on my list now.

Liquor Barn and the Louisville Beer Store are just incredible treasures, as is My Old Kentucky Homebrew. As I no longer live near Bells and Founders I'm damn glad to live so close to Louisville.

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The Liquor Barn waaaaaaaaaay out Westport Road (by Tinseltown) has an even better selection than the Hurstbourne store.



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