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Big Al visits Lynchburg, TN: Dry County Still General Store

2013-01-19 - 197 Main Street, Lynchburg, TN - Photo by Big Al Owens. Finally, the perpitetic Big Al Owens discovers Lynchburg, Tennessee is as disgustingly dry as his ancestral home in Vester, Adair County, KY, even though it is where the world's most famous whiskey is made. They do sell Tennessee Whiskey Fudge at the Dry County Still General Store, though it's probably not nearly the buzz builder of your favorite aunt's bourbon balls. If you go: Big Al measured it. Hanging a left in Glasgow, it's 176.71 miles from here to there.
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