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Barrell Craft Rye Whiskey Seagrass (59.11% abv)

Seagrass highlights the grassy oceanside notes we love in rye and the opulence and spice of finishing barrels. It is a blend of American and Canadian rye whiskeys, with each ingredient meticulously sourced and finished separately in Martinique Rhum Agricole casks, apricot brandy casks, and Madeira barrels.

BCS is proud to announce a collaboration with The Ocean Foundation. Special hangtags will be placed on select bottles of Barrell Seagrass. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of these bottles will be donated to The Ocean Foundation to contribute to the conservation and restoration of seagrass.

Rated 92 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge

Wildly aromatic, like a tug of war between spicy rye and Agricole Rhum. Dried stone fruits, fresh-pressed cane juice, cinnamon, warm cashews, and apple blossom come to mind. Intense and tropical on the palate, baking spice, fig, mango, and milk chocolate dominate with a touch of salted plum. – 2021 Ultimate Spirits Challenge
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Barrell Craft Spirits Gray Label 16 Year Old Seagrass (65.41% abv)

Appearance: Rich, golden straw.

Nose: The savory side of rye is showcased by an array of exotic spices and seeds–caraway, fenugreek, dill, and mustard. Rye toast, grilled cornbread, and roasted taro root give it a bready depth. The Rhum Agricole barrels bolster the spirit’s innate grassy notes of cucumber peel, black olive, and bark mulch. Beyond the cask’s prior contents, the oak itself is expressed by cigar tobacco, coffee, and cinnamon.

Palate: Extremely oily, displaying notes of peanut-, coconut-, and tea tree–oils. As it’s held in the mouth it grows creamier with soy milk and cocoa butter. A bright lemonade note buoys nutty sunflower seed in a nod toward the madeira barrels. That madeira influence expands into notes of grapefruit peel, verjus, and gravel.

Finish: The apricot brandy casks pick up where the madeira left off, bursting forth with passionfruit, mirabelle plum, and banana peel. Now the collective minerality of the rye and its respective finishes wash over the palate with notes of chalk dust, flint, paraffin, and cedar smoke.

With a splash of spring water: The maritime scent of fresh costal breeze is dialed up. Maraschino liqueur, cloudberry, and green apple herald a fresh fruitiness. Meanwhile marmalade, burnt marshmallows, and roasted chestnut sweeten the palate considerably. It gets a bit woodsier too, with balsam, wild mint, and raspberry leaf.

Barrell Craft Stellum Rye Whisky (58.12% abv)

The identity of Stellum Rye is rooted in a tried and true 95% Rye Indiana mash bill. To enhance this classic style, we incorporate small amounts more barley-forward rye and choice barrels from both Kentucky and Tennessee. This brings a full, round mouthfeel and flashes of buttery sweetness to an otherwise spicy and tightly focused Rye Whiskey.

AWARDS
• San Francisco World Spirits Competition (2021) – DOUBLE gold
• Ultimate Spirits Challenge (2021) – 94 points
• Ascot Awards (2021) – DOUBLE platinum
• John Barleycorn Awards (2021) – gold
• L.A. spirits awards (2021) – platinum, best rye whiskey, best whiskey
• New York International Spirits Competition (2021) – double Gold

Basil Hayden’s Dark Rye

Blending is an art form, and our Dark Rye is your chance to own what might very well be a masterpiece.

It all begins with Kentucky Rye, providing a firm foundation of spice, oak, dried fruit and subtle molasses undertones for this release to build upon. From there, Canadian Rye from our award-winning Alberta Distillery is skillfully layered in. A touch of California Port, and its complementary notes of ripe fruit, provides the third and final layer to a whiskey just as at home on the rocks as it is in a cocktail.

Full in flavor, yet delicately nuanced, you’d be wise to grab a bottle of our Dark Rye to experience this magical blend for yourself.

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Basil Hayden’s Two By Two Rye

Basil Hayden’s Two by Two Rye is the third release in the limited edition Basil Hayden’s rye line following Basil Hayden’s Rye Whiskey and Basil Hayden’s Dark Rye. Two by Two Rye is a blend of two Kentucky straight rye whiskeys and two Kentucky straight bourbon whiskeys. While no mashbill or blend percentage is given, Beam Suntory did state that the blend consists of a 5 year old Kentucky straight rye, a 7 year old “high-rye” Kentucky straight rye, a 13 year old Kentucky straight bourbon, and a 6 year old Kentucky straight bourbon.

Blue Run Kentucky Straight Golden Rye Whiskey (47.5% abv)

Blue Run small batch Golden Rye Whiskey is Blue Run’s inaugural Rye expression. Named for both the distinct color of the choice grains that were used in the creation process and the accolades that the whiskey has garnered. Most notably, Gold medal winner at the SF World Spirits Competition.

Tasting Notes: Honey-baked, graham cracker aroma surrounded by sweet grains and wood sugar. Easy-going finish that rests with honey and a dash of pear-syrup, with touches of ginger that add just the right tingle.

Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye 80 Proof

The flagship whiskey of Virginia’s Catoctin Creek – Roundstone Rye is the state’s most awarded rye whiskey. Distilled from locally sourced organic ingredients at the Purcelville distillery, it’s an old-fashioned rye whiskey with heaps of spice and toffee as well as a touch of citrus.

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Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye 92 Proof “Distiller’s Edition”

This whisky is the culmination of several years of planning. “For a few years now, we’ve been putting whisky away for storage,” remarked Becky Harris, Chief Distiller and President of Catoctin Creek Distilling Company. “We pulled some of the more interesting barrels from the back of the barn and decided to release these at a higher proof: a whisky specially curated for flavor, while still being remarkably smooth, as is our existing 80 proof Roundstone.”

94 Points – Exceptional – Wine Enthusiast, 2020

Gold Medal – Wizards of Whisky World Awards 2016

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Catoctin Creek Roundstone Rye Cask Strength (58% abv)

This award-winning Virginian rye whiskey from Catoctin Creek is dark and rich, with plenty of spice in the form of aniseed and pepper. There’s also notes of toasty oak, toffee and candied citrus. Bottled at cask strength of 58%, a little water will unlock even more aromas and flavours.

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Distillery 291 Single Barrel-Barrel Proof Colorado Rye (62.5% abv)

The whiskey that started it all. Capturing an unforgettable era was our mission; to create a rugged and rebellious whiskey, yet refined with the utmost craftsmanship. Bottled intentionally at a high proof so customers can choose to either drink it full- strength, or enjoy the experience of the whiskey opening up with the addition of a little water or ice. Not a whiskey for the light-hearted.

Our flagship, 291 Colorado Whiskey Barrel Proof- Unique, yet traditional, single barrel rye whiskey distilled in a copper pot still, aged in American white oak deep char barrels and finished with toasted Aspen staves to give a unique flavor. Liquid Gold- Jim Murray’s Whiskey Bible. Barrel Proof. Average 127 proof / 63% ABV

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Distillery 291 Small Batch Colorado Rye (50.8% abv)

291 Colorado Rye Whiskey Small Batch

Picture the Wild West. Leather, Dirt Roads, Cowboys, Mountains, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, and most of all, Whiskey. A mash bill similar to our founders all-time favorite rye whiskeys. With the help of deep charred American white oak barrels and toasted aspen staves to finish, our whiskey is given a distinct Colorado flavor reminiscent of a time long passed.

291 Colorado Rye Whiskey made from rye malt, sour mash, distilled in a copper pot still, aged in American White Oak deep char barrels and finished with toasted Aspen Staves. San Francisco World Spirits Competition Double Gold winner. American Whiskey Master award 2019.101.7 proof / 50.8% ABV

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Doc Swinson’s Alter Ego Solera Aged Rye Whiskey (47.5% abv)

A proprietary blend of Indiana Straight Rye Whiskeys that have been aged for up to 6 years. These are then finished in ex-Caribbean rum casks using a solera method of only bottling a portion of the oldest barrels. Velvety figs, spiced pears and a hint of anise on the palate.