Summer of little joy
According to a story in the Louisville Courier-Journal (and who is in a better place to know?), there may be a shortage of Knob Creek bourbon this year.
The culprit? A failure to anticipate the drink's popularity. Of course, it's somewhat understandable given that aged bourbons such as Knob Creek need to spend nine years in the cask. And nine years ago, who could have foreseen the situation we'd be in today, or the need for liquid refreshment to ease the pain.
-- Russ Parsons
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