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Ask most people what the most quintessentially American spirit is, and they’d probably say bourbon, the word conjuring images of grizzled old-timers cooking moonshine in the hills of Kentucky. But in the Northeast, rye whiskey, not bourbon, was the spirit favored by early Americans. In fact, it’s likely that the nation’s oldest distillery—up until its closure in 1989—was Bomberger’s Distillery in Pennsylvania, Read more here

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