A fire at a Jim Beam warehouse in Kentucky (It was reported that the fire was caused by lighting).

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Submitted: July 06, 2019

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A fire at a Jim Beam warehouse in Kentucky (It was reported that the fire was caused by lighting).

The warehouse contained 45,000 barrels of bourbon (abt. 6.75 million bottles). Some of the barrels were damaged and spilled into the nearby Kentucky River and Glenns Creek. No reports of anyone getting injured.

I need “proof” that it went into the river and creek.

Now that’s what I call “Fire Whiskey” (Fireball).

If they have “stones” in the river and creek you have an bourbon on the rocks.

Bourbon spilling into a river and creek—Now that’s what I call a Whiskey Sour In The Rough


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