What happened to Bottle-Spot? The Bourbon Secondary Market will continue…

It’s been since, I believe, Tuesday, January 7th 2020 that bottle-spot.com has been unable to load up.  It says it’s been doing maintenance since then, but given all the Facebook groups that have been shut down (BSM being the most famous last year during the Van Winkle’s bold statements on stage with Fred Minnick) or more recently Corn Appreciation (although there was so much threadsh*tting going on being allowed by the moderators that I’m not surprised by that at all).  There are a few left on Facebook, but for their own sake I am not going to publicly mention them.  I’ve sent Joel a couple DMs and an email and he hasn’t gotten back to me…  I just hope that bottle-spot.com is ok, comes back stronger than ever and continues to fight the good fight.

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7 thoughts on “What happened to Bottle-Spot? The Bourbon Secondary Market will continue…

    • mybeercollectibles.com has a spirits section. Certainly not as robust as bottle spot, but I do see some folks posting that you’d recognize from bottle spot. Hopefully more folks will find their way there.

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  1. […] The Fall of BSM and Bottle-Spot…  These were the two biggest secondary sites for trading.  There are so many haters out there about flippers, but the truth is that sometimes you can’t get the bottle you want, but you can find some bottles you don’t, so you trade them.  Losing these sites was disappointing for Bourbon overall. […]

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