Jim Rutledge, master distiller at the Four Roses distillery, in 2007. Next year, Four Roses plans to celebrate Rutledge's 50th year at the distillery.
Jim Rutledge, master distiller at the Four Roses distillery, in 2007. Next year, Four Roses plans to celebrate Rutledge's 50th year at the distillery. Herald-Leader file photo
Jim Rutledge, master distiller at the Four Roses distillery, in 2007. Next year, Four Roses plans to celebrate Rutledge's 50th year at the distillery. Herald-Leader file photo

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