A vintage 4/5 quart bottle of Anderson Club Bourbon, bottled for the Italian market in the 1960s. The brand was most famously produced at the old Heaven Hill Distillery in the 1990s, but this dusty comes from Anderson Club’s original home: the Boulevard Distillery in Tyrone, Kentucky. Anderson Club is a charcoal filtered bourbon (more commonly associated with Tennessee whiskeys) that matured for 6 years and is bottled at 86 proof. The Boulevard Distillery in Tyrone, near Lawrenceburg, was founded in the 1860s and was operated by the Ripy family for many years. After Prohibition, it was reopened as the Ripy Brothers Distillery. The distillery, renamed the Boulevard Distillery by that point, was acquired by Austin Nichols in 1972 and reopened as the Wild Turkey Distillery: the famous Wild Turkey bourbon is still produced at the site today.