mozilla wrote:The dates are on the green tax strips over the caps. You can trust those dates.
Are these bottles full?
Old Overholt was a pretty popluar brand back then. It is still sold today but, made in Ky, now.
From what I learned at the Getz museum....whisky of that age surfaces quite regularly. Empty bottles surface alot more frequently.
cowdery wrote:You can find out a lot about the Pennsylvania distilleries, such as Large, at ellenjaye.com.
That's a nice stash.
enzo wrote:This brings up an idea I had a while ago...
Basically, the idea is to get together as a group, purchase large lots of good bourbon, and work out some kind of plan with builders to hide the bourbon in walls etc... during construction.
Why? Just think it would be a cool thing to do
Funny you should say that ..... We just built a new house and somewhere in the walls I placed a couple of bottles.
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