Several key Western bottles were offered with some changing hands, a portion of what I noted: 3 Jockey Gins, Rosenbaums Bitters, 3 Tea Kettles, Jockey Club, two name Bear, one name Bear, 2 Choice Old Cabinet, multipal Cutters, OPS, N.Grange, 2 Pride of Kentuckys, Livingstons Black Berry, 3 Blakes, 2 Clarks, 4 Phoenixs, Dr. Millers, 6 Nabobs, 2 Gold Dust, Kentucky Club, 4 McKennas, 6 AAAs, 3 Lacours, Bennet's, Catawba Wine Bitters, 4 Renz's, Excelsior Bitters, 7 IXLs, E.G. Lyons, Moon Plant, 3 black Hostetter's, Western meds, sodas and a bunch more........
Friday nights excellent BBQ & Produce Exchange was attended by about 80 guest and was once again a huge hit among show goers. The Simis gracious hospitality and effort they put into this event is second to none. Ahhhh then there was the food, unbelievable, those mountain folk & the rest of the crew sure know how to do it up and the BBQ masters Rick & Tim did a fabulous job. An incredible bounty of delicious fresh produce was provided by prepared by Bob K. (Hoss) from the Ponderosa. Local business man Will Clark who owns and operates "49 Wines" wine shop in town provided tasting of some killer Gold Country reds, what a gentleman. There was Leisa's "Western Round-Up" theme cake, creative and quite yummy, just ask Warren. Definitely no shortage of good food and fun throughout the entire weekend.
You can put a value on any bottle but good times & friends like this, priceless.
A few pictures, enjoy!