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‘Less fussy’ rye arrived in U.S. with Scots-Irish

Eight or nine years ago, when I first set out to write about rye in this column, you couldn’t find it in a lot of local liquor stores. In the larger ones, you might find a dusty bottle of Old Overholt (a fine product) or, slightly less often, Jim Beam Rye (the one with the yellow label) but that was about it.

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  • Headline: ‘Less fussy’ rye arrived in U.S. with Scots-Irish
  • Publication: Style, Pages 49 on 04/27/2014
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