“Bottled-in-Bond” Whiskey Might Not Mean What You Think It Does | Gear Patrol

In the 1800s, the Bottled-in-Bond Act was created to protect drinkers from drinking tainted whiskey. What does it mean today?

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Hi! I’m Bob!

If it’s got bourbon in it, I’m drinking it. And if it’s really good, I’m gonna figure out how to make it, and share it with you. Because I’m good like that.


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