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Posted November 11, 2018 12:28:37For years, I was obsessed with the history of bourbon and the drink itself.

When I was a kid, my grandmother used to tell me stories about how her great-grandmother, Mrs. William B. Dillard, had her family drink some of her favorite bourbons.

“The bourbon she used was the real thing,” she said.

“There was nothing else like it in the world.

The drink was made from the best grains and the best wood.”

And then there was the bourbon, a whiskey that was distilled in Kentucky in the early 1800s.

My dad, who is an avid bourbon drinker himself, said the name William B Dillard refers to the first distillery in Kentucky.

So, my grandma was definitely right.

The first bourbon made in America was called “William B. Dorsey’s.”

For many, the name “Dorsey’s” is a bit of a misnomer.

The name was actually given to the bourbon after the original distillery was opened in 1842, by Samuel W. Dorr, the son of William and Dorinda Dorsey, who also owned a distillery.

When they opened the distillery, the Dorr’s had a strong distillery tradition and were known for producing whiskey for their distillery partners, the Whisky Company.

It was at the Whiskys distillery that the first barrel of bourbon was made, in 1846.

After the first bottle of bourbon in the distillation tower of the distilling plant, the barrels were stored in barrels of oak for three years.

After three years, the barrel was let out and the barrels began to ferment and the bourbon was aged in barrels in an old oak barrel, until the whiskey became a whiskey.

In the early 1900s, a distiller named William Dorsey began to use bourbon for his cocktails.

In 1905, William Dorr started to produce bourbon in Louisville, Kentucky, and in 1915, the distiller started to use Kentucky Bourbon, which was distilled at the Distillery at West Monroe, Kentucky.

The Kentucky Bourbon whiskey was named after the first president of the United States, William Randolph Hearst, and was named for the bourbon distiller’s hometown.

The bourbon was distilled by the distillers in Kentucky for the Distiller’s Association, a trade association that worked to protect the industry and protect the workers of Kentucky Bourbon Distilling Company.

Today, there are several bourbon brands in existence and the most famous brands include the bourbon of Kentucky, the bourbon produced by the Distillers Association, the Distilling Hall of Fame and the Distilled Spirits Institute of America.

The distillery of the Distillation Hall of Famer is called the Distilers Hall of Shame.

When the Distills Association began in the 1880s, it had a limited number of distilleries in Kentucky, but the Distillin Hall of Disbelief was the first in Kentucky to be shut down because of Prohibition, which ended in 1933.

The Distillings Hall of Denial reopened in 1936, and today the distilers still operate their distillerage in the Distiling Hall of Distinction, which is called a Distiller’s Hall of Glory.

The Distilliers Hall of Honor is located in Louisville and is a landmark distillery with the most award-winning spirits in the United Kingdom.

In 2017, the award-winners of the James Beard Award for Distiller of the Year went to the Distellers Hall.

In addition, the James H. Bond Distillery was renamed the Distiled Spirits Hall of Legend.

There is also a Distilled Arts Center, which opened in the 1920s and is dedicated to the arts and culture.

If you’re looking for something different to drink, the Best of Kentucky Distillery is a place to visit.

There is also an Americana Show and an Art of Distilling Festival in 2018.

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