At the Frazier History Museum in Louisville on Friday, Rick Robinson, plant director at Wild Turkey and former chairman of the Kentucky Distillers Association, looked over the 1964 congressional resolution declaring bourbon "America's native spirit."
At the Frazier History Museum in Louisville on Friday, Rick Robinson, plant director at Wild Turkey and former chairman of the Kentucky Distillers Association, looked over the 1964 congressional resolution declaring bourbon "America's native spirit." Herald-Leader
At the Frazier History Museum in Louisville on Friday, Rick Robinson, plant director at Wild Turkey and former chairman of the Kentucky Distillers Association, looked over the 1964 congressional resolution declaring bourbon "America's native spirit." Herald-Leader

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