Although the beverage is now illegal in Alabama and the company is closed, there are individuals with the company trying to regroup.
Alva Lambert, director of the State Health Planning and Development Agency, was appointed last week by the company’s board to oversee Conecuh Ridge. His primary focus right now is to find investors and get the company back on track.
Lambert is meeting with companies from New York and the Caribbean today about taking Conecuh Ridge as their primary whiskey.
If they decide to take Conecuh Ridge and have a license to sell alcohol in Alabama, the whiskey will be available again.
Why is the director of the Alabama State Health Planning and Development Agency selling whiskey?