Spice, spice, baby! That's exactly what you're getting from a glass of Rye Whiskey. This hot-blooded dram is made from at least 51% rye grain. And that's not our number—it's actual U.S. law. Think of this as Bourbon's edgier cousin, one who's history dates back to 17th century Colonial America. In fact, you're not only drinking a damn good Whiskey, you're drinking part of American history.
From the start of July 2021, Indiana has joined the ranks of Tennessee and Kentucky as a state with an official legal designation for its Whiskey. They each have their own unique definition and now, so does Indiana Rye Whiskey. In order for a Whiskey to be called an “Indiana Rye,” it must be either a sour or sweet mash with at least 51% Rye as the base ingredient. The juice has to come off the stills at a maximum of 80% ABV and bottled at 40% ABV or above, and it must be mashed, fermented, distilled, and barrel-aged for a minimum of two years in Indiana.
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