Watch this lake full of ignited Jim Beam turn into booze-fueled FIREnado

In a scene straight out of a movie, a tornado of fire lit the sky in Kentucky and was caught on video.


The firenado was caused when lightning struck a Jim Beam factory, causing 800,000 gallons of bourbon to be released into an adjacent retention pond, USA Today reported.


Lightning then struck the pond, setting the booze on fire. Then a small, thirsty tornado came by, captured the fire and spread it.


The fire did not spread beyond the retention pond.

Watch the amazing video here:


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