When I walk into a bar I look for the bourbons on the back bar. I consider a ho-hum average bar to have Jim Beam White, Evan Williams, Woodford, Maker's Mark, Wild Turkey 101, Blanton's, or some combination of 4 of these. I consider it a good bourbon bar if they dig a little deeper and selections such as Old Grand Dad, Old Forester, Elmer T. Lee, Russell's Reserve, Buffalo Trace, Jim Beam black, Bonded Heaven Hill, Four Roses Single Barrel, Old Bardstown (90 proof is my favorite in this expression) or some combination of these products as well as the above products. A great bourbon bar with over 20 different brands with multiple expressions of those brands is hard to find outside of Kentucky. That is what i think you should do in Columbus.
"Our people live almost exclusively on whiskey" - E H Taylor, Jr. 25 April 1873