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He called the liquor bourbon because he lived in Bourbon County, Kentucky.
The patient was a previously healthy man >50 years of age from Bourbon County, Kansas, USA.
The march will begin at the local CVS, to commemorate its decision to stop selling tobacco, and end at the Bourbon County Fiscal Courthouse and City Commission buildings.
According to the department, it is currently unknown if the virus, which was named after Bourbon County, where the patient resided, is the cause of death.
Bourbon county cherry rye stout (2012) goose island brewery Chicago, IL
February 13 - Christchurch, Horncastle Arena (with The Bourbon County Brothers & Jody Direen)
Goose Island in Chicago is one of the most successful breweries to delve into aging beer in bourbon barrels: Its Bourbon County Stout contributed to the rise in popularity of bourbon barrel-aged beer.
The simple answer is that after it's distilled, JD is filtered through sugar-maple charcoal - so it's a bourbon-style whiskey - but not a bourbon which takes its name from Bourbon County.
The Bourbon County Commissioners on 18 April 2014 inked an agreement with a Fort Scott business that owes taxes on its property.
Recently, Goose Island expanded the Bourbon County Brand with new barrel-aged beers like Bourbon County Brand Barley wine and Coffee Stout," says McLeod.
Bourbon was invented as a way to circumvent taxes on corn, a crop better suited to the lands pioneered by colonists pushing over the Allegheny Mountains into what was to become Bourbon County and later Ohio.
Maybe that's why Kentucky, the state that brings you bourbon, has more dry counties (49) than wet ones (30), although the wet ones include Bourbon county and, mercifully, Jefferson county, the home of Louisville.