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What is Maryland Rye Whiskey?

What is Maryland Rye Whiskey? Maryland ‘style’ Rye Whiskey has a typical mashbill of between 60 to 65% Rye, 15 and 20% corn and the remainder malted barley. It is known for being ‘softer’, sweeter (as a result of the corn)...

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What is Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey?

What is Pennsylvania Rye Whiskey? Pennsylvania ‘style’ rye whiskey (also known as Monongahela Rye) has a very high proportion of rye in its mashbill, typically in the 80 to 90% range and historically was made from just two grains with...

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What is Straight Rye Whiskey?

What is Straight Rye Whiskey? In addition to meeting the criteria for Rye Whiskey Straight Rye Whiskey must meet the following: Minimum aging requirement of 2 years If the whiskey is aged for less than four years, its age must...

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What is American Rye Whiskey?

What is American Rye Whiskey? Rye whiskey is a distilled spirit that meets the following criteria: Produced in the United States Made from a grain mixture that is at least 51% Rye  Aged in new, charred oak barrels Distilled to...

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What is Four Grain Bourbon?

What is Four Grain Bourbon? Made primarily with corn (51%), the mash bill also includes rye, wheat and malted barley. Bourbon is a distilled spirit that meets the following criteria: Produced in the United States Made from a grain mixture...

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What is Wheated Bourbon?

What is Wheated Bourbon? A ‘wheated’ bourbon meets the bourbon criteria and uses wheat as a replacement for the rye component of the mashbill, so corn (at least 51%), wheat and barley instead of corn (at least 51%), rye and...

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What is Tennessee Whiskey?

What is Tennessee Whiskey? Tennessee whiskey meets the same legal requirements as bourbon but must be: Produced in Tennessee * Prior to ageing be charcoal filtered using a process known as the Lincoln County Process Tennessee Whiskey can technically be called...

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What is Straight Bourbon?

What is Straight Bourbon? In addition to meeting the criteria for bourbon a Straight Bourbon must meet the following standards: Minimum aging requirement of 2 years If the whiskey is aged for less than four years, its age must be...

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What is Bourbon?

What is Bourbon? Bourbon is a distilled spirit that meets the following criteria: Produced in the United States Made from a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn Aged in new, charred oak barrels Distilled to no more than...

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