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St.Peat
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WhiskyMag in US shops

Postby St.Peat » Thu Jun 21, 2001 1:14 am

I purchased Whisky Magazine Issue 15 in a reputable book shop yesterday. I was told by the clerk that it was the most current issue in the store. The spine says 'June 2001' so I was sure it was current. Now I find that I am 2 issues behind the post-ers here! I want to buy issues 16 and 17, but my shops here don't have them. Even the large liquorists (Beltramo's in Menlo Park, and K&L in Redwood City) don't have them. I assume that most of the readers here are subscibers, but that doesn't work for me. My postman's delivery style mangles several of my prized journals already -- Whisky Mag is too beautiful to be defaced like that! Is there available a listing of retail shops which stock your magazine in a timely manner?

I enjoy reading the exchanges here. Kudos to all involved!

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Postby WhiskyBeast » Thu Jun 21, 2001 9:15 am

Dear St Peat,

If you let me know which town/city you live in, I can find out.

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Postby St.Peat » Thu Jun 21, 2001 10:19 am

Thanks, WhiskyBeast Image
I live in Palo Alto, California. The bookstore where I found Issue 15 was Kepler's in Menlo Park (nearby).
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Postby WhiskyBeast » Fri Jun 22, 2001 11:23 am

Dear St. Peat,

Our US contacts tell us that you might be able to pick one up at a Barnes & Noble or Border's store. Good luck.

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