Knob Creek 12 Year Review

Knob Creek 12 Year

It’s fair to say that I’m guilty of buying more than my share of the “latest release” bourbons, without knowing exactly what I’m getting myself into.  None may hold truer than my personal fascination with Jim Beam’s Knob Creek line of bourbons.  From the 2001, to the 25th Anniversary, to the Quarter Oak, to one of now many Rye releases, to even the now dozens of single barrels that have hit our region, I find myself constantly grabbing the latest that Knob Creek has to offer.  Why?  Well, I’ve yet to find much disappointment in the line, although I can say that the pricing of some of the earlier limited editions have left something to be desired.

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Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn & Flight Club Pick: Scotch Test Dummies Review

Shout-out to our friends at the Scotch Test Dummies, who are fellow Wichitans and whiskey fans.  Yesterday, they released their review of the Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn & Flight Club Pick.  For more information on the barrel selection and our tasting notes, check out our post.

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And if you still haven’t picked up a bottle of the Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn & Flight Club Pick, you better hurry because they are almost gone!

Knob Creek Single Barrel – Auburn Spirits & Flight Club Pick

Wanted:  a bottle of 14 year, 120 proof (nearly cask strength) bourbon, produced by one of Kentucky’s largest distilleries, for a price of $49.99.  Better yet, make it a single barrel bottling.

Sound too good to be true?  Not with the Knob Creek Single Barrel program and the latest Knob Creek Single Barrel selection picked by Auburn Spirits and Flight Club.

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Knob Creek Twice Barreled Rye

Knob Creek Twice Barreled Rye

This past month, Beam-Suntory dropped yet another new Knob Creek Rye to the market.  This time – unlike the “premium” Knob Creek Cask Strength Rye at 119.6 Proof and carrying a 9 year age statement, and the Knob Creek Single Barrel Rye store picks at 115 proof and available age statements, both hitting the market this past year – Beam released the Twice Barreled Rye with no age statement and at the traditional Knob Creek 100 proof.

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