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Boone County Distilling - Brands and Releases Info

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    February 12, 2021 11:03 AM PST

    Boone County Distilling - Brands and Releases Info

    History and info (mash bill, source, release date) of all of Boone County Distilling brands. This list is in order of most recent on top going back in time as you scroll down the various releases. [This is best viewed in landscape mode]

    HISTORY: Boone County Distilling Company is a distillery that was originally aquired in Petersburg, Kentucky, in 1833, but was re-established in Independence, Kentucky, in 2015. The original distillery was a steam mill bought by Virginia-born brothers John and William Snyder. Shortly after purchase it was transformed into Petersburg Distillery.  The distillery ceased operations a decade before prohibition in 1910.  The Distillery, in name, was re-established by Jack Wells and Josh Quinn, Boone County Kentucky.  The distillery's tag line, “Made by Ghosts,” harkens to the early frontiers-men who crafted spirits in Boone County over a century ago.  

    In fact, Boone County Distilling’s first product – Eighteen 33 – is named for the year that Petersburg transformed from a steam mill into a distillery. It eventually produced as much as four million gallons a year in the mid-1800s before closing in 1910.

    The new distillery designated (DSP-KY-20028) opened in 2015, is 5,000 square feet set on 2.5 acres and incorperates a distillery and tasting room at 10601 Toebben Drive in Boone County. It includes a 500-gallon pot still, four fermenters and a small bottling line with a capacity of 250 barrels a year. Barrels will be stored in a 3,000-square-foot steel building behind the distillery.

     

     

    BS Small Batch Oloroso Sherry Cask   | NAS  114 proof |  MGP Sourced  Released 2020

    Bottled at 114 proof, the small batch bourbon was first aged in a charred new white oak, then finished for 10 weeks in the sherry barrels. The bourbon is the same mash bill as Boone County’s 91 proof bourbon product: 75% corn, 21% rye, 4% malted barley.  320 bottles produced MSRP:  69.99  Distillery only release

    BC Wheated Bourbon Single Barrel  | 7 year cask proof |  MGP Sourced  Released 2020

    -Mash Bill – 51% corn 45% wheat 4% malted barley

    BC Wheated Bourbon Single Barrel  | 6 year 108.8 proof |  MGP Sourced  Released 2019

    -Mash Bill – 51% corn 45% wheat 4% malted barley

    BC Wheated Bourbon Single Barrel "PICK" | 6 year cask Full proof 120+ |  MGP Sourced  Released 2019 Only at Distillery or select stores had a barrel pick.   Mash Bill – 51% corn 45% wheat 4% malted barley

    BC Small Batch Bourbon | NAS (5-14yr) 90.8 proof  MSRP 47.99  JUL 2019 Release    The distillery is blending small batches of both both older and younger barrels for the newest expression. 

     

    Eighteen 33 | 13 year "Single Barrel" Cask Strength | Released Feb 2018 | MGP Sourced The mashbill consists of 75% corn, 21% rye, and 4% malted barley. - store pick Gallenstein Selection #3, stored 10yrs at MGP, 3 years at Boone County  114.6

    Eighteen 33 | 12 year "Single Barrel" Cask Strength | Released ? | MGP Sourced The mashbill consists of 75% corn, 21% rye, and 4% malted barley.

    Eighteen 33 | 12 year Bourbon 90.8 proof | Released ? | MGP Sourced  The mashbill consists of 75% corn, 21% rye, and 4% malted barley.  MSRP 35.99 375mL

     

    Eighteen 33 | 10 year Bourbon 90.8 proof  | Released OCT 2015 | MGP Sourced 

    1st release The mashbill consists of 75% corn, 21% rye, and 4% malted barley.

     

    INFO:

    The Eighteen 33 mash bill is 75% corn 21% rye 4% malted barley

    Tanner's Curse (bourbon mash) is 75% corn 21% rye 4% malted barley Oct 2016 Released

    -Tanner’s Curse Whiskey is a 120 proof unaged white whiskey.

    Tanner's Curse (rye mash) mash bill is 95% rye 5% malted rye  Sep 2017 Released

    -100 proof

     


    This post was edited by admin at February 12, 2021 9:06 PM PST