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Craft Brewing and Distilling News for October 4, 2022

October 4, 2022

•Barrell Craft Spirits has launched the 2022 edition of BCS Gray Label Bourbon. This year’s whiskey comes in at 50.29% and is made from whiskies distilled from five different mashbills. After blending, the whiskey is finished in barrels made from staves that dried in the open air for three years and previously held a Gray Label release. BCS Gray Label is rolling out now across Barrell’s distribution footprint. Only 13,500 bottles are available, each carrying a suggested price of $250 a bottle.

•Hye, Texas-based Garrison Brothers Distillery has released the 2022 edition of Cowboy Bourbon. This year’s edition was blended from 8- and 9-year-old barrels and the final product comes in at 67.4% abv. In all, 9,600 bottles were made for this version of Cowboy Bourbon, with the first 1,000 sold at Garrison Brothers Distillery on September 24, and remaining 8,600 hitting shelves across the U.S. beginning on October 1 for a suggested price of $250.

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