The Alcoholic SEC

If you missed part one of my alcohol-by-conference series, you can catch up here. We’re moving onto the SEC now, though. This round is a little different. It’s not limited to liquor anymore. We’re now working with any form of alcohol in general. Let’s get to it.


Kentucky Deluxe

I know it’s an obvious comparison, but it still makes sense. Kentucky is the homeland of whiskey, so there’s that. But we’re talking about Kentucky Deluxe, which is bottom shelf bourbon. Kentucky football is bottom shelf, too. If we were talking basketball, Kentucky would be Maker’s Mark (also made in Kentucky). In reality though, Maker’s is ashamed to be related to KD.

“We’re still bourbon, asshole. SEC!”

    1. Pro Consul

      Anybody who spells “business” as “buisness” has no room to be talking shit.

      13 years ago at 4:13 pm
    2. Natty_Slammer

      I would have to disagree and say St. Louis reps bud heavy the most. (for obvious reasons)

      13 years ago at 5:09 pm
    3. Boots and Beer

      Considering this is about the SEC, St. Louis has no place in this article.

      13 years ago at 6:06 pm
    4. Natty_Slammer

      ^considering the majority of college students from STL go to Mizzou I would say this pertains alot to the Beer capital of the United States.

      13 years ago at 8:36 pm
    1. KSDeltaXi

      Thank God somebody said this. Please learn what Bourbon is before slandering it with the likes of whiskey flavored piss.

      13 years ago at 8:06 pm
    2. Bourbonaire

      If you see whiskey behind bourbon usually means that they stopped the process short so marty is right dip shit

      13 years ago at 1:26 pm
    3. fratanomics

      ^ Not even remotely true. Go grab the single barrel Knob Creek, Woodford or Maker’s out of your dad’s liquor cabinet (you obviously can’t afford it). It says Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey on it. Can’t really be blended if it’s single barrel now can it?

      13 years ago at 1:34 pm
    4. mo money no problems

      we prefer kentucky gentelman anyways. another fine, not really bourbon, bourbon.

      13 years ago at 2:02 pm
    5. fratanomics

      I don’t think that most people realize that the blended whiskey just means it’s different barrels of Kentucky straight bourbon being blended together either. If it’s bottom shelf like Kentucky Gentleman or Deluxe, no one should really care if it’s blended or not as long as it’s not blended with neutral grain spirits.

      13 years ago at 4:08 pm
    6. The Founder

      No one in their right mind should ever prefer Kentucky Gentleman. If you are from Kentucky, get the fuck out of the state if the best you can do is KG.

      13 years ago at 10:25 pm
    7. Marty_McFrat

      Kentuckians have respect for bourbon. Jim Beam is the bottom shelf for me and my bros. If your from Ky and you prefer KG, KT or ET, please euthanize yourself and rid this state of unintelligent and tasteless consumers of liquor.

      13 years ago at 12:32 pm
    8. bulldoglove

      Bourbon-Whiskey is not the same as Whiskey-Bourbon. What determines the differences is all in how the product is distilled and aged. People who think that KG is the cheap version of Makers are really, really stupid. KG is Bourbon-Whiskey and Makers is Whiskey-Bourbon. Considering that my dad worked at Brown-Forman for a really long time, I was taught all about the differences from an early age. But you guys can keep arguing with each other.

      13 years ago at 8:55 pm
  1. PhiBuisness

    ” On a similar note, gaining admission into the University of Mississippi isn’t exactly the physical equivalent of climbing Mount Everest.”

    13 years ago at 3:35 pm
    1. Brovis Love III

      i’m pretty sure the appropriate phrase would be the “mental equivalent.” The physical equivalent of climbing Mount Everest is fucking climbing Mount Everest.

      13 years ago at 8:38 pm
    1. Jerry Fratdusky

      * ^^ that wasn’t for you Michelle.

      Already ran my laps with Cupid in the shower.

      13 years ago at 8:14 pm
  2. OffWeFrat

    Can’t argue any of this. Well done. And as much as I hate to admit it, giving Tennessee the moonshine comparison was pretty spot on. Not to mention I fucking love shine.

    13 years ago at 4:01 pm