Protecting America's natural parks has never tasted so good.
Ah, Wyoming... it'd be hard to appreciate Yellowstone, the wildlife, and John Denver songs without some Bourbon. Every drop of Wyoming Whiskey was produced and aged at the Big Horn Basin of Wyoming in Kirby where Kate and Brad Mead founded the distillery in 2009 with their friend David DeFazio. Besides being very proud of never sourcing a drop of Spirit, they can also say they know exactly who grows their local corn, wheat, barley and rye – and spoiler alert, they're all within 100 miles away. Their water? From a limestone aquifier that's literally a million years old and filters water that hasn't seen the sun in 6000 years. And to top it all, Wyoming Whiskey needs to weather at least 5 Wyoming freezing winters and scorching hot summers before making it to the bottle.
You can just tell they really respect the unspoilt nature up there, and so it makes sense they partnered up with the National Park Foundation to help protect America's national parks. So, for every bottle sold of Wyoming Whiskey National Parks Small Batch 5 Year Old, 5$ will be donated for this purpose. Soon to become an annual series, the first bottle is all about Grand Teton National Park with the impressive Teton mountain range. It's also close to Wyoming Whiskey's heart as they were born at the base of these rockies. Bottled at 92 proof and with a mash bill of 68% corn, 20% wheat and 12% malted barley, doing something good for the future generations tastes awfully smooth today.