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Bourbon County, KY – Wet, Dry, or Moist?

We’re getting word that Kentucky will soon make public the requirements for out-of-state wineries to get a small farm winery license for shipping wine directly to consumers. Regardless of the difficulty of the process that Kentucky unveils, wineries will surely face a challenge in keeping track of the 53 dry and 16 “moist” counties in Kentucky. A moist county is a dry county with the exception of one or more wet cities within its borders.

Click here to see a list of the dry counties and here for the colored map.

Kentucky Wet and Dry Counties

Just in case you were wondering, Bourbon County, KY is one of the 30 wet counties.

2 Comments

  1. i didnt understand why a county can be made a dry one at all. is it some moral conduct they are enforcing at all?

  2. I don’t believe in not allowing someone the choice of doing something, like drinking. It should be available to everyone and everyone makes there own choice…

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