Maker's Mark Has Change Of Heart On Alcohol Content

Contributor: Christine Winter
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Updated: 2/18/2013 8:24 pm
It's official.

Maker's Mark has changed its mind and will not alter the alcohol content of its whiskey.

A statement about it came Monday on facebook.

A week ago Maker's Mark announced in a letter that it would lower its alcohol content from 45% to 42%, because of increased demand.

Customers didn't like the sound of that.

So Maker's Mark now says it will resume production of whiskey with 45% alcohol content.
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