Michter's Barrel Strength Rye Whiskey

It's not easy to get your hands on a bottle of Mitchter's Bourbon or Rye Whiskey, but this release of Mitchter's Barrel Strength Rye Whiskey is available — at least for the time being. While most whiskey enters the barrel around 125 proof, Mitchter's Rye goes in at 103 proof — which costs more and provides a richer tasting product at a younger age. The rye is also a single barrel release, and this particular batch weighs in at 114.2 proof. Available now and a perfect addition to your growing whiskey collection.

  • Few + Flaming Lips Brainville Rye Whiskey

    Some of the most unlikely collaborations are the best. And Brainville Rye Whiskey from Few Spirits and legendary Grammy-winning band The Flaming Lips fits squarely into the unlikely category. Just like Few's award winning rye, it's made using rye, corn, and malted barley that is grown within 150 miles of the Few Distillery and then aged in new, charred American oak barrels. The whiskey is then packaged in the familiar rectangular Few bottles with a special psychedelic label that shows the influence of the Lips. Available this October and limited to 5,000 bottles.

  • Booker's Rye Whiskey

    The Booker's name is already known as one of the best barrel proof bourbons on the market. And now, with Booker's Rye Whiskey, they're aiming to set the bar even higher. The rye is made from some of the last barrels the late Booker Noe laid down 13 years ago in his favorite rack house and selected by his son Fred, the current master distiller at Jim Beam. It's older, darker, and more complex than just about every other rye whiskey you'll find, and packs a wallop at 136.2 proof. A rare, one-of-a-kind rye whiskey that is unlikely to ever be duplicated.

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