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Peerless Double Oak Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
About Peerless Double Oak Kentucky Straight Bourbon WhiskeyKentucky Peerless Distilling Co. traces their roots back to the 1880s, to the heart of Henderson Kentucky. Peerless Whiskey was founded by a businessman with a bold personality Henry Kraver, who revived the brand from the brink of ruin in the late 1880s. Under Kraver’s guidance, rose from the ashes, increasing production 25-fold. But the growth of the brand was subsequently stunted by the very unforgiving era of Prohibition.
Now, a century later, Peerless Whiskey is in the hands of Kraver’s great-grandson Corky Taylor and great-great-grandson Carson Taylor. Keeping Kraver’s legacy alive, the duo has resurrected the brand, even distilling under the original Distilled Spirits Plant number, DSP-KY-50 in a centuries-old warehouse in downtown Louisville, near the Ohio River. Two years after releasing its flagship 2-year-old inaugural straight rye, Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co. launched its first bourbon.
Peerless Double Oak is a grain-to-bottle bourbon that's crafted with a sweet mash. While similar expressions were first born of necessity ― a bourbon was transferred into a new barrel due to the original being leaky ― they are now crafting the whiskey from the ground up with the intention of making it into their Double Oaked. "We have decided to improve the quality and accessibility of the product. Where in the past we would leave things up to chance, we are now intentionally curating barrels to become Double Oak," says Master Distiller Caleb Kilburn. Bottled without any additional water and without chill filtration, the Double Oak is around 108 proof.
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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?