Fish Dead-Drunk on Whiskey

A 23-mile-long “river” of Jim Beam poured into a Kentucky waterway. Following a fire at one of its warehouses, which contained the equivalent of 45,000 barrels of bourbon, the famous distillery found itself faced with a major environmental disaster: hundreds of fish were found dead, floating on the surface of a tributary of the Ohio, completely “intoxicated.” Jim Beam has made a commitment to reduce the impact of the ongoing environmental disaster. Any surviving fish who may have developed a taste for the beverage are encouraged to go to rehab …

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