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This is Early Times Bourbon in an Old Forester bottle
2 updates on Elijah Craig Barrel Proofs and some other bottle news
Everyone has a birthday, but not everyone has a Birthday Bourbon
The second-highest proofed Birthday Bourbon to date
After years of Barrell and Wild Turkey trading top spots, a new winner is crowned.
Is this the beginning of a new era in Old Forester?
A summary of every release of Old Forester’s most famous product
Other distilleries are losing their age statements, but Old Forester seems to be gaining them
Not much is known about these heat cycled warehouses. We’re here to fix that.
Old Forester’s newest 117 Series releases remind me of a similar project released by Woodford Reserve
The internet’s largest assembly of bourbon enthusiasts picks a single barrel from Old Forester
Old Forester’s second collaboration with a non-whiskey company. Is this the start of a new trend?
One of the most rare releases to come out of Old Forester’s warehouses.
Old Forester really outdoes themselves for their 2019 birthday release.
Old Forester’s Rye Whiskey may be new to the market, but their expertise in making it is anything but.
Balancing age and proof has always been the key towards creating the perfect Birthday Bourbon.
Old Forester’s second release of its special 150th Anniversary Celebration.
After being disappointed with a year of barrel strength single barrel releases, will this one finally impress me?
How much more Angel’s Share evaporation loss can Old Forester find?
The oldest AND highest proofed offering you can currently find from Old Forester.
The highest proofed release of Old Forester’s wildly successful Whiskey Row series.
Indy’s Bourbon Honey Hole picks a Barrel Strength Old Forester single barrel.
The first of three unique batches for Old Forester’s 150th Anniversary bottlings.
The 20th release of Old Forester’s Iconic bottle.
Old Forester’s 3rd Batch of their limited edition 150th Anniversary release.
Buffalo Trace’s forgotten label takes on a relic of Old Forester’s Single Barrel program
I need your help collecting single barrel information!
Big Red Liquors receives Indiana’s first two single barrels: Honey Hole and Spice Jam.
Outwardly similar specs cover up the fact that these two are anything but similar.
$20 rye whiskies are typically for bartender’s to mix with. But what if they were better than that?
Two Brown Forman products with similar barrel finishing techniques fight for a space in your cabinet.
I was lucky enough to track down a bottle of this Old Forester Birthday Bourbon 2016 and had a brief moment of indecisiveness when I also spotted a bottle of …