Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. Warehouse C Tornado Surviving

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Thanks to /u/I_SAID_NO_GOLDFISH for this sample.

From Tragedy sometimes come good things. Like how the destruction of Pompei gave us a cure for various types of cancer.

Oh, wait, it didn’t. No amount of sacrifice of human life can justify good things. What are you, a child?

In the case of Buffalo Trace, though, an unfortunate accident that cost no one their life gave them an interesting release. I’ll let the website’s description state it better than I ever could, and with less dick jokes.

On Sunday evening, April 2, 2006, a severe storm with tornado strength winds tore through Central Kentucky, damaging two Buffalo Trace Distillery aging warehouses. One of the damaged warehouses was Warehouse C, a treasured warehouse on property, built by Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. in 1881. It sustained significant damage to its roof and north brick wall, exposing a group of aging bourbon barrels to…

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