Size750mLProof101 (50.5% ABV)*Please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary
All Secrets Known is a limited-release bourbon made by the Chicago-based FEW Spirits in collaboration with the iconic Seattle band Alice in Chains. The expression, named after a 2009 AIC song, is made from fully matured high-rye bourbon finished for six months in ex-tequila barrels.
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About FEW Alice In Chains Tequila Barrel Finish Bourbon Whiskey
FEW Spirits was the first distillery to open in Evanston in modern times, and in less than a decade of operation, its American whiskeys with a bold Chicago-style twist and other innovative products have already won a long line of awards and acclaims. The distillery produces its handcrafted, small-batch spirits in two copper pot stills, using the first still to produce the whiskey and strip low wines for gin production, and a separate still for gin production to prevent the gin flavors from mixing with their whiskey.
All Secrets Known is a limited-release bourbon made in collaboration with the iconic Seattle band Alice in Chains, and named after a 2009 AIC song. It is made from fully matured high-rye bourbon, finished for six months in ex-Tequila Reposado barrels.
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Founded as a dry community, Evanston, Illinois was the birthplace of the Women's Temperance Movement and home to Frances Elizabeth Willard, an influential protagonist in the story of Prohibition. As the Temperance Movement approached a boiling point, abstinence slowly began to creep across the country and Willard and her league of temperance supporters turned Evanston into a stronghold.
For over 100 years, Evanston remained a dry town. It wasn't until Paul Hletko, owner and master distiller at FEW Spirits, began lobbying the town that the antiquated laws were lifted. "I'm the vice president of the PTA at my kids' school and I coach their soccer and T-ball teams," Hletko says. "People around town know me and what I'm about, which is handy when you're looking to change 100 years of laws."
There are not many things more American than bourbon, and although most of it is produced in Kentucky, it can be produced all over the USA. It must be made with at least 51% corn and bottled at 40% ABV or higher. So why not give this American classic a try?