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Maker’s Mark cutting alcohol in its bourbon to meet high demand

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The New York Post reports that Maker’s Mark is preparing to reduce the alcohol content in their bourbon to meet high demand. Maker’s Mark is distilled to 45 percent alcohol by volume — or 90 proof — and, after the change, would go down to about 42 percent ABV or 84 proof. “Lately we’ve been hearing from many of you that you’ve been having difficulty finding Maker’s Mark in your local stores,”...

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