ECBP - Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Batches / Releases

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ECBP - Elijah Craig Barrel Proof Batches / Releases

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    May 19, 2019 7:00 AM PDT

    Referred to as ECBP in the Bourbon Community, Elijah Craig Barrel Proof is a 12-year-old uncut, unfiltered bourbon. Made from a Mashbill of 75% corn, 13% rye and 12% barley

    Elijah Craig Barrel Proof batches of bourbon don't have any year releases marked on the bottle so the only way to determine the release is by the proof on the label. Please see below for the associated proof for the corresponding release.  Approximately 4 different batches are released per year. 

                             

     

    • Release 1 -    134.2 proof  year 2013 (released in the Heaven Hill gift shop)
    • Release 2 -    137.0 proof  year 2013
    • Release 3 -    133.2 proof  year 2014
    • Release 4 -    132.4 proof  year 2014
    • Release 5 -    134.8 proof  year 2014 
    • Release 6 -    140.2 proof  year 2014 
    • Release 7 -    128.0 proof  year 2015
    • Release 8 -    139.8 proof  year 2015
    • Release 9 -    135.6 proof  year 2015
    • Release 10 -  138.8 proof  year 2016
    • Release 11 -  139.4 proof  year 2016
    • Release 12 -  136.0 proof  year 2016
    • Release 13 -     A117  127.0 proof  year 2017 (Jan)  Bottle Redesign
    • Release 14 -     B517  124.2 proof  year 2017 (May)
    • Release 15 -     C917   131.0 proof 2017
    • Release 16 -     A118  130.6 proof 2018
    • Release 17 -     B518  133.4 proof 2018
    • Release 18 -     C918  131.4 proof 2018
    • Release 19 -     A119  135.4 proof 2019 
    • Release 20 -     B519  122.2 proof 2019

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    December 7, 2018 12:43 PM PST

    There are also at least 9 Barrel Strength EC12 "Gift Shop" only releases. ECBP

    128.9

    128.5

    128.9

    129

    128

    120.9

    129.7

    126.0

    128.3

     

    Here is an example of how they look: