Smoke Wagon’s Uncut and Unfiltered Rye Whiskey
Smoke Wagon’s newest foray into the rye whiskey market
As Smoke Wagon’s stock of double-digit aged bourbon depleted, it tried to use 8 year old barrels as a stopgap.
MGP isn’t typically known for their experimentation. This rye whiskey is about to change that.
At only 4 Years Old, is this such a good idea to release at barrel proof?
With Smoke Wagon’s booming popularity, not even their entry level bourbon can stay on the shelves.
Smoke Wagon is the latest, and perhaps one of the last, mass bottlers of MGP’s oldest bourbons.
Will proofing down 10 year-old MGP help or hurt this bottle?
Smoke Wagon blends 4, 6 and 10 year old barrels together at cask strength to give you the best of two worlds.
Is there a reason to buy Smoke Wagon’s youngest and lowest proofed bourbon?