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Friday Night Tasting Event: Grayson Beverage Center (four photos)

Customers at Grayson Beverage Center enjoyed an opportunity to taste a few new products Friday evening as renowned tasting host Scott Abraham of Southern Distributors greeted customers at Grayson Beverage Center.

Making friends as the evening progressed, Abraham offered sample-size tastes of several products including Knob Creek Quarter Oak; Tippy Cow Peppermint Bark; PRW, peanut butter bourbon: Old Smokey pickle moonshine; Kraken Black; Admiral Nelson Cherry Spiced and an amusing Cabernet Sauvignon by Josh Sellars.

Proof of Abraham’s personal approach was provided by the fact that a small amount of a select batch of hand-selected Rebel Yell bottles were sold out by sundown.

Grayson Beverage Center, located at 126 Interstate Drive in Grayson, holds a tasting license and sometimes offers patrons different flavor experiences. For more information, call (606) 475-0063.

Photos by TIM PRESTON 

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