Man drank $102,000 worth of historic whiskey

abcnews.go.com Published: July 20, 2013
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The owner of an historical inn in Pittsburgh has brought charges against a former tenant she says drank more than 52 bottles of vintage whiskey valued at more than $102,400.



The owner of the South Broadway Manor Bed and Breakfast, Patricia Hill, found 104 bottles of Old Farm Pure Rye Whiskey when she bought the historic mansion and converted it into a bed and breakfast. It had originally belonged to Pittsburgh businessman J.P. Brennan.

The whiskey had been distilled in 1912 and given to Brennan in 1918, she told WTAE.

H/T: WTAE
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