Undercover agents with TABC (Tennessee Alcoholic Beverage Commission) messaged with 35-year-old Eric Adams, who they say had posted a 12-year-old bottle of Van Winkle Bourbon for sale in a private Facebook Group used as a secondary sales market. The agent, Ryan Spraggins, agreed to meet and purchase the 750ml bottle, and Adams showed up at the agreed-upon location, which was the Music Valley Cracker Barrell, and completed the transaction. At that time, Adams was notified he had sold liquor without a proper license and was issued a state citation for possessing, transporting, and selling alcoholic beverages for resale without a license. Adams was booked on the charge earlier this month.
5 Thoughts to “TABC criminally charges collector for selling a bottle of Van Winkle without a license – Eric Adams”
What a NASTY SCUMBAG arrest….
That cop deserves CANCER!!!!!!
Good, assholes like this are why the secondary market is out of control. Hopefully more states get involved and force costs back down to MSRP levels and allow more people to enjoy high end bourbon whiskey
i feel so very safe right now.
The cop should be embarrassed to call himself a police officer, what a bum.