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hookershouse-epicenter-7e2e8f3199f694b4f10f5692c92395bb546dea5fMother Nature certainly has her impact on aging whiskey, there is no doubt. The picture that comes to mind for most of us is bourbon sweltering inside old warehouses in the hot Kentucky summer, but other forces at play can, reportedly, have some impact on the spirit as well. That is the story being told, anyhow, by non-distilling producer Prohibition Spirits around its latest release, Hooker’s House Epicenter.

Prohibition Spirits, located in the northern regions of the San Francisco Bay Area, was rocked by a 6.0 magnitude earthquake on August 24, 2014. The epicenter of this quake was less…

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