Lahr, Bourbon Trail, Eric Gregory discussed on 24 Hour News


Two trucks with forty eight and a half times of chocolate were stolen in southern germany and there's no sign of the thieves the trailers at four hundred ninety six thousand dollars worth of chocolate they were stolen from an industrial park and freberg friday night one of the trailers was found saturday after the driver stopped at a rest area near the german french border the driver ran away leaving a trailer full of stolen chocolate behind the second trailer was found in lahr also near the border with france twothirds of that chocolate and the thief were gone police say they've launched a search for the thieves and they're appealing for any witnesses to come forward bourbon fans set a tourism record and kentucky last year more of them went to bourbon distilleries last year than ever before nearly one point two million people went on the official kentucky bourbon trail and kentucky bourbon trail craft sure last year that breaks the record set in 2016 when visitors made more than one million stops at distilleries tourism officials say along with the upswing in visitors the number of distilleries taking part is also growing with three more added last year and more expected this summer kentucky distillers association president eric gregory says it's reflecting on nine year trend and he predicts another banner year for bourbon tourism in 2018 lithuania one of the heaviest drinking nations in the world is struggling with strict liquor laws that took effect this year the country which has seen per capita alcohol consumption jumped more than twenty two percent in a.

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