Lawrenceburg Bourbon Co.
Wins International Gold Medal – in First Year

Lawrenceburg Bourbon Company has earned a Gold Medal at the prestigious American
Distilling Institute, International Spirits Competition.

Lawrenceburg Bourbon’s, One Cask Bourbon Whiskey scored 94/100 points, and was
ranked as “exceptional” by ADI judges. “Just beautiful, shows age nicely…leaves a golden glow
and harmonizing finishing notes. Bright fruit, warm, golden, easy flow between nose and

Lawrenceburg Bourbon, One Cask Series (OCS) is bottled single barrel and cask strength after
aging in new French oak casks for a minimum of 4 years. Depending on the barrel, the bourbon hovers around 120 proof, with a mash bill of 71% Corn, 21% Rye, 4% Malted Barley.

Reacting to the news, LBC Founder, Greg Keeley commented. “To earn a gold medal from the
American Distilling Institute in our first year is mind-blowing. I am so proud of our small team
and thankful for the support of the Anderson County community. There are some exciting
developments coming from LBC, so please stick with us.”

“Since 2007, ADI has upheld the highest standards in the industry by giving our judges the
freedom to only award the very best,” said Erik Zandonna, Director of the ADI International
Spirits Competition.

– It's Back –

One Cask Bourbon
Alpha Release

Single Barrel
Cask Strength

Limited Release - 10 hand picked barrels

Aged is new French oak and just shy of five years aged, with a mash bill of 70% corn, 21% winter rye, and 9% malted 6-row barley. The higher rye content results in a bourbon with warming spice notes on the nose and palate.

Our first One Cask, Kentucky Straight Bourbon sold out in less than 24 hours!

Additional aroma notes to look for include cinnamon, dried cherry, and light leather. For taste, it has notes of cinnamon, vanilla, caramel, and chocolate mint. The finish is rich, thick, and lingering.

Distillery Release: Friday, April 7 2023, 1100 - 1800

Navy Combat Veteran Owned & Operated

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