Cheers to Jefferson's...times two!

We're going to have double the fun next Friday when we release two Jefferson's single barrel products.

Our team worked with Master Blender Trey Zoeller to choose Jefferson's Reserve and Ocean Reserve 17 single barrel products for Ohio. These are the first two Jefferson's releases with three more to come in 2020. Trey helped us choose the best of the best for our bourbon lovers, and they're sure not to disappoint.

Details are below, including the OHLQ locations hosting the release that kicks off at 9 a.m. on Oct. 11. We'd love for you to join us at Kettering Wine & Spirits as we help them celebrate their grand opening. Stop by to say hi!

Don't forget to pick up a copy of Forty-Two+ , and 'like' our Facebook page for these announcements and more.

Enjoy this special release and all products responsibly.

Jim Canepa
Where to get it...
Agencies listed in alphabetical order by city.
3979 Medina Rd., Akron
48 Bottles – Reserve #K-29      
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-23
Northwest Wine and Spirits         
821 Bethel Rd., Columbus            
102 Bottles – Reserve  #K-28     
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-22
Giant Eagle         
1250 North Hamilton Rd., Gahanna         
94 Bottles – Reserve #K-30      
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-22
Grand opening event!
Kettering Wine & Spirits
1218 E. Stroop Rd., Kettering      
108 Bottles – Reserve #K-28  
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-22
Spirits of Madeira            
6917-19 Miami Ave., Madeira    
94 Bottles – Reserve #K-30   
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-22
World Wines & Liquor   
8760 Mentor Ave., Mentor
48 Bottles – Reserve #K-29      
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-23
Marino's Beverage Depot             
5829 C Monroe St., Sylvania       
48 Bottles – Reserve #K-29      
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-23
Wine Cellar         
105 S. Meridian Rd., Youngstown
48 Bottles – Reserve #K-29      
54 Bottles – Ocean V17 #B17-23
About Jefferson's Bourbon

Jefferson’s Bourbon is a collection of bourbons made in ridiculously small batches, which was founded in 1997 by Trey Zoeller and his father Chet, a famed bourbon author and historian.

The two seek out new and aged barrels of bourbon from established distilleries that have perfected distilling over hundreds of years. Then they do some old-fashioned experimenting, building balance and adding complexity through different selection, agitation and environmental processes until they find the taste Jefferson’s is now known for. Trey compares his process to nature vs. nurture – the distilled product represents the bourbon in its natural state, which is then nurtured, or manipulated, by Trey to enhance the flavors, maturation and quality of the finished product. 
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