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Feel That? The Kentucky Earthquake Social Media Drinking Game

Now that it appears everyone is safe from the 4.3 earthquake that rattled Kentucky today — prompting media coverage all the way out at the L.A. Times (where they know from earthquakes) — what measures should Kentuckians consider? A survival […]

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Election Night Cocktail and Drinking Game: The Old Fashioned Election Night

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Hurricane Sandy: Frankenstorm, a drink and drinking game

Garden and Gun Magazine's Dark and Stormy take on Hurricane Sandy. BY GREG HUBBS Who would have thought that we'd find ourselves in a landlocked state worrying about an inland

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Kentucky Bourbon Craft Trail: the New Face of Bourbon?

BY HEATHER C. WATSON "Micro" is certainly having a moment. Everywhere you look, small batch products are all the rage, and Kentucky is no exception. All across the Commonwealth, businesses

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Presidential Debate Drinking Games. Now With Bingo!

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Cheers from the Governor’s Bourbon Reception: Welcoming the VP Debate to Centre, and to Kentucky

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Town Branch Distillery Opens in Lexington

Alltech opened its $9.2 million Town Branch distillery today in Lexington, Kentucky, located next to the Alltech/Kentucky Ale brewery at the corner of Maxwell and Cross Streets. The site

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The story of the Town Branch, as told by Pearse Lyons, County Louth

  BY KAKIE URCH If you go to to the Guinness Storehouse in Dublin, where Alltech President Pearse Lyons was once a master brewer, you end your tour in the

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Alltech’s Town Branch distillery in Lexington added to Kentucky Bourbon Trail

By Kakie Urch The Town Branch bourbon distillery will be added to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, becoming the first distillery in Lexington and the seventh in the state along

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Is Wine Coming to the Disco Kroger? Federal Judge Rules Kentucky ban on wine/liquor sales at groceries unconstitutional

The Herald-Leader reports this afternoon that a federal judge has ruled Kentucky's ban on wine and liquor sales at groceries is unconstitutional, citing an Equal Protection clause under



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