Old Forester Statesman Bourbon

A tie-in to the upcoming Kingsman film, Old Forester Statesman Bourbon gets its name from the American secret service-eque counterparts in the movie. But Stateman is much more than a promotional tool, released as the latest in Old Forester's Whiskey Row Series. The bourbon is a 4 to 6-year-old blend that is bottled at 95 proof after being hand-selected from some of the warmest spots in the Old Forester warehouse.

  • Knob Creek 25th Anniversary Single Barrel Bourbon

    25 years ago Jim Beam Master Distiller Booker Noe helped change the bourbon landscape with the release of Knob Creek bourbon. Knob helped usher in a small batch movement that continues to this day. To celebrate the anniversary of this important release, the folks at Beam are releasing a limited edition, unfiltered, cask strength, single barrel version of Knob Creek. It was aged for 12-13 years, and the proof ranges between 120-125. Since it's a single barrel release, there are slight nuances and variations with each barrel. The bottles arrive in a sharp, wooden box that features a unique label, including a handwritten bottling date and proof.

  • 1792 225th Anniversary Bourbon

    In 1792, Kentucky became a Commonwealth and the 15th state to join the nation. This year marks the 225th anniversary of that historic milestone, and Barton Distillery is ready with a special release. 1792 225th Anniversary Bourbon was aged for ten years at the distillery before being bottled at exactly 92.15 proof. The proof is so precise because it too pays homage to the year and Kentucky being the 15th state in the Union. The dark blue neck band on the bottle and back label are also nods to the official state seal of Kentucky. And by the way, you can only purchase this limited edition release in the Bluegrass state, making it an even more desirable treasure for collectors.

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