Knob Creek Rye Single Barrel Selection Process

Knob Creek Rye Single Barrel

“Knob Creek Rye Single Barrel: The Selection Process”

If you read that title too quickly, you may be tempted to think, “Hey, didn’t they already write about selecting Knob Creek Single Barrel?”

Yes, we were fortunate to participate in selecting the Knob Creek Single Barrel Bourbon from the samples sent from Knob Creek for Tom’s Wine and Spirits.

But, this is different. For the first time, to our collective knowledge, Wichita is getting a single barrel store pick rye whiskey. And not just any rye whiskey. Wichita is getting the Knob Creek Rye Single Barrel.

Once again, Tom’s Wine and Spirits did a tremendous job in laying the groundwork to get this opportunity.

While the release date has yet to be determined, here is a review of the selection process, and a preview of what you can expect from the barrel we selected.

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Gentlemen devoted to the finest.

2018 Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain Release

Since being announced as 2017’s overall “Whiskey of the Year” in Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, the whiskey community has been anticipating the 2018 release of Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain bourbon from Buffalo Trace Distillery.

2018 Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain

(Check out our review of the 2017 Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain here.)

But when will the 2018 Colonel E.H. Taylor Four Grain be released? And will it be any different than the 2017 release?

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Stephen Netherton

Stephen is a regular writer at FlightClubICT.com

Rebel Yell Single Barrel 10 Year 2016 vs. 2017

Rebel Yell Single Barrel

We have previously compared the 2016 release of Rebel Yell Single Barrel 10 Year to other bottles, such as Old Fitzgerald Bottled-in-Bond and even Old Rip Van Winkle 10 year. Now that we’ve received another release of Rebel Yell Single Barrel 10 Year, it’s time to see whether the magic of the first release can be duplicated.

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Stephen Netherton

Stephen is a regular writer at FlightClubICT.com