Jim Beam Repeal Batch Bourbon Review
This Jim Beam Repeal Batch Bourbon is fabulous! Around $22, Jim Beam Repeal Batch Bourbon certainly is tasty. Jim Beam Repeal Batch Bourbon reminds me of Yellowstone Bourbon, which is $60. I still think Evan Williams Bottled in Bond and Old Grand Dad Bottled in Bond are better for the price, but you can't go wrong with Jim Beam Repeal Batch Bourbon! The question is, is it bourbon night? For me that is Friday or Saturday. Thanks for watching!
Distiller: Jim Beam
Mash bill: 77% Corn, 13% Rye, 10% Malted Barley
Cask: New Charred Oak
Age: NAS (4+ years)
From Jim Beam:
As a tribute to Jim B. Beam’s first batch of bourbon at his new distillery, Jim Beam Repeal Batch is non-chill filtered for a taste that harkens back to the big, robust flavor of post-Prohibition whiskey.
After 13 long years of Prohibition, the 19th Amendment was repealed on December 5, 1933. A mere 120 days later, James B. Beam and his family had completely rebuilt our distillery in Clermont, KY and begun crafting the family bourbon once again. As impressive as this feat was, the bourbon Jim made was even more notable. So, to celebrate his accomplishment (and the 85th anniversary of Repeal Day), we crafted Jim Beam Repeal Batch in the same style as it was made back then—from the liquid right down to the label.
For the 85th anniversary of Repeal Day, we wanted to release a bourbon inspired by our heritage and dedicated to the hard work my great-grandfather put into rebuilding our family business after Prohibition,” said Fred Noe, Jim Beam’s seventh generation master distiller. “Jim Beam Repeal Batch pays tribute to all the generations of Beams that came before me.