Distilled in: 2016
Bottled in: 2016
45% ABV
3.0
The 5 year anniversary mini whiskey collection, limited historic edition.
49.3% ABV
5.0
Blend of straight rye whiskeys finished in French oak port barrels.
50% ABV
4.5
Rye whiskey finished in Caribbean rum casks… As malcontents, we’re particular about our whiskey. When we decided to release a rye, we knew it had to be something special to live up to the amazing response received by our bourbon finished in port barrels. Angel’s Envy Rye Finished in Rum Barrels is genuinely unique and worthy of Master Distiller Lincoln Henderson’s legacy. The taste profile of rye whiskey was a perfect fit for a rum cask finish. After sampling over 100 rums to find the right flavor to complement rye whiskey, the team’s decision was unanimous. Angel’s Envy spends up to 18 months finishing in Caribbean rum casks, resulting in an immensely complex whiskey. The mingling of raw, spicy and earthy rye with the mellow sweetness of rum finishing creates an incomparably smooth and drinkable whiskey, even at 100 proof.
45% ABV
3.1
Straight 95% rye mash whiskey
45% ABV
3.0
George Dickel Rye Whisky is the only rye finished in the chilled charcoal-mellowed style that has made our whisky distinct. Distilled in Lawrenceburg, IN, George Dickel Rye is made from 95% rye and 5% malted barley.
10 years old
Distilled in: 2004
Bottled in: 2014
43.3% ABV
3.5
Single Barrel
46% ABV
3.0
A marriage of two Rye whiskies: The 2-year-old mashbill: - 95% rye - 5% barley malt The older rye (Source - Barton Distillery) has a "barely legal" rye mashbill of: - 53% rye - 37% corn
Distilled in: 2009
Bottled in: 2018
59.8% ABV
cask strength
4.0
Barreled in 2009. Limited release 2018.
50% ABV
4.5
Kentucky straight rye whiskey secondarily finished in new, charred American oak barrels.
8 years old
50% ABV
3.0
It's made with 100% rye grain, 100% small pot still distillation, matured for 100 months in 100% new American oak barrels and bottled at 100° Proof (50% ABV).
50% ABV
5.0
A historic recipe, acquired in 1940 by Owsley Brown I, Old Forester Rye features a mash bill of 65% Rye, 20% Malted Barley, and 15% Corn. Such a high proportion of barley allows for a fully natural fermentation process, forgoing the need for artificial enzymes commonly found in high rye mash bills. Additionally, a generous percentage of malt yields a unique floral character, balancing the sharp, brisk spice of the rye grain. Continuing our legacy of quality and consistency, Old Forester uses its own proprietary yeast strain, produces every barrel, and distills every drop.
6 years old
55% ABV
4.5
Prohibition shuttered most of the once-booming Maryland Rye industry. Pikesville, produced since the 1890s, reemerged after Prohibition and became the lone brand to keep this style of Rye alive. Now produced in Kentucky from extra-aged barrels stored in prime warehouse locations, Heaven Hill has reclaimed the past with the rich and spicy notes of Pikesville.
50% ABV
not cask strength
3.3
The brand was started in Maryland and is now produced in Kentucky by Heaven Hill, which also owns bourbons Evan Williams and Elijah Craig.
45% ABV
2.5
Introducing rye whiskey made Jack’s way. Crafted with our 70-percent rye grain bill, natural spring water from our own Cave Spring Hollow, and Jack’s time-honored charcoal mellowing process, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye is a whiskey that could only come from Lynchburg, Tennessee. Master Distiller Jeff Arnett and the whiskey makers of the Jack Daniel Distillery have created a unique rye that’s undeniably spicy and complex yet sippin’ smooth. It might be one of our first new recipes in over 150-years, but if you know Jack, you’ll know Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye. https://www.jackdaniels.com/en-us/whiskey/tennessee-rye
15 years old
46% ABV
At 92 proof & one of our oldest whiskeys, this is the first WhistlePig product finished in Vermont Estate Oak harvested right from our farm. Vermont oak has more rings than the standard oak used in whiskey barrels, and each ring is an opportunity to impart more flavor and depth in the whiskey. With a score of 97 points from Wine Enthusiast and perfected over 15 years, we are proud to offer this pure expression of Vermont’s best.
12 years old
43% ABV
Rye inspired by Old World barrel-aging traditions. This 86-proof 12 year-old Rye Whiskey is a marriage of whiskeys aged in New American Oak and ingeniously finished in Port (7%,) French Sauternes (30%,) and Madeira casks (63%). We’ve taken the elements that are most quintessential in an American rye – boldness and character – and fused them with the elegance and grace of an 18 year old Scotch.
6 years old
48% ABV
3.5
In summer 2018, Dave Pickerell returned to our warehouses to realize his dream of creating the best aged rye whiskey for your cocktail – 100% rye for full spice flavors, aged six years for unprecedented complexity, and bottled at his ideal strength. Stir or shake in good company.
10 years old
50% ABV
3.5
The spirit of entrepreneurship. Fortune, superb taste, and hustle lead us to the discovery of an aged Rye Whiskey stock in Alberta, Canada. We rescued the stock from misuse as a blending whiskey, aged it in new American Oak, then hand-bottled this rye on its own. We’re honored to present the most awarded Rye Whiskey in the world.
60% ABV
Single Barrel, Bottled at Proof, Powerfully Complex, Distinctly Unique From Anything We’ve Done Before. Stupendous. On the rare occasion that Dave Pickerell’s five promises are realized, we release a whiskey that epitomizes WhistlePig’s odyssey to unlock the potential of Rye Whiskey. The Boss Hog Edition 六 is the first American Whiskey finished using Japanese Umeshu, the result of a true collaboration between WhistlePig and Kitaya brewery on Japan’s Kyushu island. This well aged Straight Rye Whiskey was created using koji fermentation. Each bottle is adorned with The Samurai Scientist – Jōkichi Takamine – who pioneered koji fermentation in the American whisky industry over a century ago. Each bottle barrel is bottled at strength, between 120 – 122 proof.

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