Old Fitzgerald started life in 1870 and was marketed by its founder, John E. Fitzgerald, as the drink of the gentry. His bourbon was not available for general sale, and was targeted principally at gentlemen's clubs and the lounges of steamships and railroad club cars. It was to be 1900 before Old Fitzgerald became available to the masses.
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A rather over the top release from the folks at Old Fitzgerald, packaging their 6 year old bourbon in a shamrock laden porcelain decanter. This was released in 1977 so should be from the Stitzel-Weller Distillery