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This week we are continuing our Whiskey Row Series from Old Forester. Our pick this week was Old Forester 1920 Prohibition Style. The Volstead Act of 1920 which initiated Prohibition in the USA granted permits to six distillers in Kentucky to continue to bottle bourbon for medicinal purposes. Through one of these permits, Old Forester continued to be produced as medicinal whiskey on Louisville’s famed Whiskey Row. It is the only bourbon continuously sold by the same company that has been available for sale before, during, and after Prohibition.

If you have any recommendations on what to review next, please post them in the comments! Join us every week as we review new/classic bourbon and uncover Kentucky’s rich history, one bottle at a time.