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1. All bourbon must be aged in a ~50 gallon oak barrel. Excerpt from the TTB- “TTB proposes to define an oak barrel as a “cylindrical oak drum of approximately 50 gallons capacity used to age bulk spirits.”
2. Bourbon “finished” in a secondary barrel type (ie. wine) is no longer bourbon, it is a ‘specialty spirit’ Excerpt from the TTB- “TTB has seen changes in the alcohol beverage industry and in various formulas and believes that treating intermediate products as natural flavoring materials does not provide adequate information to consumers, as required by the FAA Act.
3. The State of original distillation must appear on the label. Excerpt from the TTB- “The State of distillation, which is the State in which original distillation takes place, must appear on the label of any type of whisky defined in § 5.143(c)(2) through (7), which is distilled in the United States.”
4. Require that if a whiskey meets the standard for one type of whiskey it must be labeled as such. Excerpt from the TTB- “TTB proposes to require that, where a whisky meets the standard for one of the types of whiskies, it must be designated with that type name, except that Tennessee Whisky may be labeled as Tennessee Whisky even if it meets the standards for one of the type designations.
5. Defines rules for the use of “barrel proof,” cask strength,” “original proof,” “original barrel proof,” “original cask strength,” and “entry proof” Excerpt from the TTB-
6. Requiring the terms “distilled by” and “bottled by” appear on a label instead of ambiguous terms such as “produced by” Excerpt from the TTB- “The current regulations in 27 CFR 27 CFR 5.36 allow for various statements as part of the name and address.

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5 hours ago Whiskey can be aged in used barrels and often is. The bourbon must be aged for at least two years to be considered a straight bourbon. 3. The …

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6 hours ago All Bourbon is Whiskey, but not all Whiskey is Bourbon This is to get everyone on the same page about the well known, but often misunderstood title. In it’s broadest definition, whiskey is a spirit distilled from fermented grain (wheat, rye, barley, and corn) mash and then aged in …

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4 hours ago Bourbon must be made of a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn. Bourbon must be distilled to no more than 160 (U.S.) proof (80% alcohol by volume). Bourbon must be aged in new, charred oak barrels. Bourbon may not be introduced to the …

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8 hours ago At the point of barreling, it must be 62.5% ABV or lower, and only water may be added to dilute it at this point. Straight bourbon must be aged for a minimum of two years, but straight bourbon aged between two to four years must display an age statement on the bottle indicating the age of the youngest spirit in the bottle.

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5 hours ago The Federal Standards of Identity for Distilled Spirits, codified under 27 CFR §5.22 (b) (1) (i), states bourbon made for U.S. consumption must be: Produced in the United States and Territories (Puerto Rico) and the District of Columbia Made from a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn Aged in new, charred oak containers

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1. Bourbon Whiskey: Must be made in the United States (can be any state) Must be made of a mashbill that’s at least 51% corn grain. Must be distilled to no higher than 160 proof off the still.
2. Straight Bourbon Whiskey: Bourbon Whiskey that meets the definition of “Bourbon Whiskey” with these additions may, but is not required to be labeled “Straight”
3. Kentucky bourbon. Includes the definition of “Bourbon Whiskey” but additionally: Is required to be aged at least one year if “Kentucky” is used on the label.
4. Rye Whiskey. Similar to the definition of Bourbon Whiskey, but: The mashbill must be made up of at least 51% rye grain. Is allowed to have colorings and flavorings if not designated as “straight”
5. Straight Rye Whiskey. Includes the definition of “Rye Whiskey” but additionally: Is aged a minimum of 2 years. May not contain any flavors or colors. All the whiskey in the bottle must be distilled in same state.
6. Bonded Whiskey (any type, aka “Bottled in Bond”) Must be aged aged at least 4 years, up to 20 years. Prior to 1958 the maximum bonding period was 8 years.
7. Finished / Flavored Whiskey. Must state they type of whiskey and “with ___ flavorings” or “finished in ____” etc. For example, Angel’s Envy is labeled as “Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey Finished in Port Wine Barrels”
8. Wheat Whiskey. Similar to the definition of “Rye Whiskey,” but made from a mashbill containing at least 51% wheat grain.
9. Corn Whiskey. Must be made from a mashbill containing at least 80% corn grain. It can be unaged, but uniquely, if aged it must be aged in used or uncharred oak containers.

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4 hours ago In the case of brandy liqueur, the type of brandy must be stated in accordance with § 5.22 (d), except that liqueurs made entirely with grape brandy may be designated simply as “brandy liqueur.”. Wine, if used, must be within the 2 1/2 percent limitation provided for in § 5.23 for harmless coloring, flavoring, and blending materials.

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5 hours ago It seems that the last decade has suffered a shortage on Bourbon production. But don’t panic since there are producers that are still manufacturing it! First of all, let’s tackle the problem of producing whiskey. As a consequence of the aging process, the estimation of the cases of whiskey the distiller needs to produce, is like predicting with a crystal ball.

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9 hours ago 1 1/2 oz Laws Four Grain Bourbon. 4 oz apple cider. 1/2 oz cinnamon simple syrup. 1/4 oz Licor 43. 3 dashes cardamom bitters. View Directions. Heat up the apple cider in a container. Combine all the ingredients except the apple cider in a mug. …

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4 hours ago The production of bourbon generates a significant volume of by-product. This by-product is composed of spent grains and water. Assuming the whiskey produced in 1865 was at barrel strength, this translates to approximately 18.6 million gallons of by-product per year. Comparatively, in 2013, bourbon production in Kentucky reached 1.2

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9 hours ago Bourbon must go into the barrel at no more than 125 proof (62.5 percent ABV). If the distillate is higher than that, it must be diluted with water before it goes into a barrel. Bourbon may not be bottled lower than 80 proof (40 percent ABV), though many are stronger than that.

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4 hours ago The Whiskey: Buffalo Trace is a refined bourbon that could easily be in the $50 range if its distillers got greedy. Luckily for us, Buffalo Trace already makes a …

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4 hours ago Bourbon whiskey must contain at least 51% corn this is a minimum requirement of using the name Bourbon by law, most Kentucky Bourbon however contains around 60 to 80% corn. The remainder of the mash bill consists of small percentages of …

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7 hours ago Tasting Notes: Laws 6-Year Bottled in Bond Four Grain Bourbon. Vital Stats: 100 proof, 50% ABV, and aged six years. Mash Bill: 60% corn, 20% heirloom wheat, 10% heirloom rye, 10% heirloom malted barley. ~ $74 per 750ml bottle. Appearance: Honey, light amber, or a dark orange on the paler side.

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2 hours ago Tasting Notes: A.D. Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon Vital Stats: 95 proof. 60% corn, 20% CO-wheat, 10% CO-rye, 10% CO-barley. Open air sour mash fermentation. Twice distilled in-house. Aged three years minimum in American white oak. $60 for a 750ml bottle.

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7 hours ago Though there isn’t a specific time period for aging, most bourbon spends an average of 4 to 7 years in a barrel. Types of Bourbon. Straight Bourbon. Bourbon aged at least 2 years can be termed as straight bourbon as long as the age of the whiskey is mentioned.

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8 hours ago Bourbon by definition is a spirit that is distilled from a base of primarily corn. To be exact, at least 51% of the mash bill must be corn. Most bourbons also have barley, rye, and/or wheat in the mash. Rye whiskey in the US lives under similar laws, where 51% of the bill must be rye. Bourbon is one of the heaviest regulated spirits in the world.

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877-882-32772 hours ago Application form 5110.74 and additional information are available from the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, National Revenue Center, Spirits Unit A, 550 Main Street, Room 8002, Cincinnati, OH 45202-3263, 1-877-882-3277, or submit an online inquiry. Last reviewed/updated 06/19/2012. Return to Top.

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8 hours ago Well, there are a few laws dictating how bourbon is made. Firstly, it must be made in the United States (and it is indeed made all across the USA - not every bourbon is a Kentucky bourbon!). The mash bill of a bourbon must be made with at least 51% corn (the most common others types of grain used in bourbon production are rye, barley and wheat).

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8 hours ago Vodka sales outstrip Bourbon sales in the US for the first time, signally the beginning of the spirit’s late 20th century downturn. 1984. Blanton’s becomes the first Bourbon to be marketed as "single barrel" whiskey. This heralded a new age of small-batch and small-scale production in Bourbon, reaching its zenith in the 21st century. 1988

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2 hours ago Vodka sales outstrip Bourbon sales in the US for the first time, signally the beginning of the spirit’s late 20th century downturn. 1984. Blanton’s becomes the first Bourbon to be marketed as "single barrel" whiskey. This heralded a new age of small-batch and small-scale production in Bourbon, reaching its zenith in the 21st century. 1988

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8 hours ago American whiskeys may often be categorized as pertaining to toastiness, spice and vanilla sweetness. This is in large part due to the generous use of new charred oak (predominant in most styles of US whiskey, and used exclusively in the production of bourbon), which lends stunning sweet flavors such as vanillin, and other flavor compounds.

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What are the laws governing bourbon production?

The laws governing bourbon production begin with where it can be produced. Though most people associate it with Kentucky, where the majority of bourbon is made, it can legally be distilled anywhere within the U.S. Kentucky has long been the "home" of bourbon because of the state's natural resources.

What are the requirements for bourbon whiskey?

Bourbon Whiskey: Must be made in the United States (can be any state) Must be made of a mashbill that’s at least 51% corn grain. Must be distilled to no higher than 160 proof off the still. Must be aged in new unused charred oak barrels. Must enter the barrel at no higher than 125 proof.

Why is Bourbon illegal in the United States?

A concurrent resolution adopted by the United States Congress in 1964 declared bourbon to be a "distinctive product of the United States" and asked "the appropriate agencies of the United States Government ... [to] take appropriate action to prohibit importation into the United States of whiskey designated as 'Bourbon Whiskey'."

How is Bourbon made?

The law, making bourbon is technical and requires that the whiskey meet a rigid set of criteria. The Federal Standards of Identity for Bourbon say that for a whiskey to call itself bourbon the following bullets must be met: Must be made in the United States. Must contain 51 percent corn. Must be aged in new oak charred barrels.

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