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kentucky_s_largest_distillery_was_in_petersburg [2015/04/27 13:32]
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kentucky_s_largest_distillery_was_in_petersburg [2018/09/10 16:42] (current)
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 Originally published: December 14, 2006 in the //[[Boone County Recorder]]//​ Originally published: December 14, 2006 in the //[[Boone County Recorder]]//​
  
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 As you drive down Kentucky 20 into quiet [[Petersburg]],​ Kentucky, it is hard to believe that Kentucky'​s largest distillery once dominated the southern half of the town.  For over a century, the [[boone_county_distilling_company|Petersburg Distillery]],​ by far [[Boone County]]'​s leading industry, sat along the banks of the [[Ohio River]] in Petersburg. As you drive down Kentucky 20 into quiet [[Petersburg]],​ Kentucky, it is hard to believe that Kentucky'​s largest distillery once dominated the southern half of the town.  For over a century, the [[boone_county_distilling_company|Petersburg Distillery]],​ by far [[Boone County]]'​s leading industry, sat along the banks of the [[Ohio River]] in Petersburg.
  
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