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February 05, 2010

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Nice article. The Bourbon County Stout is a truly amazing beer.

Hey Andy

Thanks for including Tuthilltown Spirits in your recap of the trinity of Bs event last weekend. I have to say kudos to the producers of both the event and the sensational beer, bourbon and bbq. I left a full and happy man.

Just wanted to point out that though we do use significant amounts of organic raw materials, we also source some non-certified organic local grains. We do not claim to be organic, though try to balance the importance of sustainable agriculture, organic processes and the support of local farming to create what we feel is the best possible product in the most ecologically sensitive way.

And anyone who is interested in learning more is welcome to visit us on our website, Facebook "fan page" (link below to join)or in person here at the distillery.

Thanks again for the great review of the event. Looking forward to next year.

-Gable

http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tuthilltown-Spirits/44760619842?ref=ts

Hi Andy - Great recap of the fest! Were you able to check out the I'm Not At Work booth at the Festival? (http://ImNotAtWork.com)

I'd love to tell you more about it! Feel free to email me at mike@imnotatwork.com.

Best regards,
Mike

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