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(This is an excerpt of an article originally posted here by The Bourbon Review)

A month after the collapse of Warehouse 30, cleanup at Barton 1792 Distillery is underway in Bardstown, KY.

The initial collapse on June 22nd caused 9,000 bourbon barrels to tumble to the ground, with broken barrels spilling into a nearby river. The half of the warehouse that was still standing fell two weeks later on July 4th, dropping another 9,000 barrels. The spill from this collapse was quickly contained in a retention pond.

Provided by Barton 1792 Distillery to The Lexington Herald-Leader.

Barton 1792 is using a team of inspectors and coopers with trains, bobcats, and more to sort through…

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