This past May, Barrell Bourbon – or Barrell Craft Spirits as they are more formally known – launched a unique line of private barrel whiskeys, under the “Private Release Whiskey Series” name. This release is based upon 18-year Kentucky Straight Whiskeys that are then finished in one of a number of reused casks. Like all Barrell products, this is released at cask strength.
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Old Tub. Those of you who have studied Jim Beam history may know this label as one of Beam’s most popular late 19th century bourbons. Like many big brands of its day, the brand was largely mothballed after prohibition. Those of you who know of Old Tub but aren’t familiar with its history may know Old Tub from its distillery only 375ml release, over the past at least decade.
This past June, however, Jim Beam announced that it was taking the Old Tub brand national, with a limited release 750ml bottling. Unlike the 375ml release, however, the 750ml bottling is non-chill-filtered.
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That’s Rye Folks! Tom’s Wine & Spirits has just received their latest single-barrel store-pick American Whiskey, this time a 10 Year Single Barrel Rye Whiskey selected by Tom’s and Flight Club.
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This letter is well past due. Let me just say before you read further, I’m sorry for the things I’m about to say.
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The Old Fitzgerald line of wheated whiskeys – past and present- has been well celebrated by the bourbon world as well as Flight Club.
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