I swear, if we have a shortage on Templeton Rye now, this guy and I are going to have a problem.

A truck travelling through Missouri carrying about 12,000 bottles of Iowa's favorite whiskey overturned around 5am. Nobody was injured, but thousands of bottles of Templeton Rye were broken open.

Templeton Rye co-founder Keith Kerkhoff told Springfield News-Leader, "It makes you wonder what else can go wrong in 2020. Thank God, nobody got hurt."

The 4-year whiskey was being shipped from the distribution center in Templeton, IA. The shipment itself was considered a total loss, which was worth about $325,000.

A horrible loss to the whiskey world, but it can be replaced in another 4 years.

Read more at Fox News

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