A flock of geese flew over the new Woodford Reserve bourbon warehouses under construction near the Woodford Reserve Distillery on McCracken Pike near Versailles, Ky., Tuesday August 26, 2014. According to a June 27, 2013 Brown Forman release, the company intends to expand the Woodford Reserve Distillery to meet  expected growing global demand for its super premium Woodford Reserve Kentucky Bourbon. The more than $35 million investment includes the addition of three new warehouses capable of housing more than 165,000 barrels of bourbon. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff
A flock of geese flew over the new Woodford Reserve bourbon warehouses under construction near the Woodford Reserve Distillery on McCracken Pike near Versailles, Ky., Tuesday August 26, 2014. According to a June 27, 2013 Brown Forman release, the company intends to expand the Woodford Reserve Distillery to meet expected growing global demand for its super premium Woodford Reserve Kentucky Bourbon. The more than $35 million investment includes the addition of three new warehouses capable of housing more than 165,000 barrels of bourbon. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader
A flock of geese flew over the new Woodford Reserve bourbon warehouses under construction near the Woodford Reserve Distillery on McCracken Pike near Versailles, Ky., Tuesday August 26, 2014. According to a June 27, 2013 Brown Forman release, the company intends to expand the Woodford Reserve Distillery to meet expected growing global demand for its super premium Woodford Reserve Kentucky Bourbon. The more than $35 million investment includes the addition of three new warehouses capable of housing more than 165,000 barrels of bourbon. Photo by Charles Bertram | Staff Herald-Leader

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