They're No. 1, yet again

It wasn't that long ago I reported on a Minneapolis bar winning the title of selling the most Jameson Irish Whiskey in the world.

Now, The Local has picked up the title for a third consecutive year.

The establishment, located on Nicollet Avenue, sold an average of 22 bottles of Jameson a day, with 670 cases sold for the entire year, according to owner Kieran Folliard. He said he uses Jameson in everything from whiskey shots to cocktails, and even in soup.

The award from the irish distiller is a steel floor plaque. With three now lined up in the bar's floor, Folliard said he sees them as something like Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

You can read my earlier story here.

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