Not dry booze, dry water. As the always reliable Yellow Dog points out, 113 of Kentucky's 120 counties are now in dry or drought conditions, and 26 counties are now facing water shortage situations.
As you can see, western Kentucky is already in Stage II drought and the center of the state will soon be under full blown water restrictions. Owsley County is already under mandatory water restriction measures. More will follow as we've got at least another 2 months of dry summer heat if not 3.
And yeah, forget crop yields this summer. Corn and wheat are burning in the fields. That's only going to put heavy pressure on food prices again.
You're paying for global warming right now folks, even here in Kentucky. You can not believe in it if you want to. Nature stopped giving a damn what you believed a long damn time ago.