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In addition, House Bill 100 also lays out requirements for being considered a Kentucky vintage distilled spirit. Specifically, the whiskey has to be in its original, unopened container and not owned by a distillery.
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“We take great pride in ownership of our Bourbon in Nelson County and all over the Commonwealth,” said Rep. McCoy. “This is really a bill that respects the free market and the producers of bourbon. We are going to make sure that we do everything we can to maintain the integrity and authenticity of our homegrown products.”
The Senate overwhelmingly supported the bill, and now it will move to Governor Bevin’s desk to be signed into law.