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Conecuh Ridge Fine Alabama Whiskey
Conecuh Ridge Fine Alabama Whiskey, also known as Clyde May's Conecuh Ridge Alabama Style Whiskey, is a variety of whiskey produced in Alabama. The whiskey is aged in caramel charred barrels giving it a sweet caramel taste. In April 2004, the state Senate voted to make Conecuh Ridge Fine Alabama Whiskey the official state spirit, overriding the veto of Governor Bob Riley. To find the whiskey in Alabama simply visit any state store or most private liquor stores. It can also be purchased over the internet.
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