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steeltownbbq
01-08-2013, 17:38
Don't you just love the prose that comes from the whiskey ad copywriter?


Prestige Imports LLC searched the United States to find the right combination of American Craftsmanship and Quality to produce Rod & Rifle Bourbon. The long and exhausting search lead us to Whiskey City U.S.A. located in Dearborn County Indiana. Lawrenceburg, the county seat of Dearborn County, is on the banks of the Ohio River about 25 miles down river from Cincinnati, Ohio.


Established in 1847 the now Lawrenceburg Distiller Indiana plant has over 160 years of Distilling Heritage. The plant is located in the heart of the Midwest Corn Belt and uses cold, pure and naturally filtered water sourced from ancient aquifers. Rod & Rifle Bourbon whiskey is copper distilled, Chilled filtered, and aged in new charred white oak barrels for 24 months. We have spared no expense or experience bringing this high quality American Crafted Bourbon Whiskey to your home, hunting or fishing cabin. Whenever possible please promote our efforts in preserving America’s hunting and fishing heritage.

Anyone ever see or taste this one?

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MyOldKyDram
01-08-2013, 17:41
Mmmmmm sounds delish.

squire
01-08-2013, 17:42
Yeah, they sell that one in Europe, mostly Germany I think. A whole 24 months, huh. Sounds like it took 'em longer to find it than age it.

HighInTheMtns
01-08-2013, 17:44
Got to say that this seems as factual as any.

fishnbowljoe
01-08-2013, 17:46
Sounds like it could be a relative of Buck Bourbon. :slappin:

squire
01-08-2013, 17:48
In days gone by though, it was a respectable brand. I just supposed it was one of the C&Ds in the HH portfolio.

steeltownbbq
01-08-2013, 17:51
Whiskey and rifles - what could be more American?

And...

Each bottle comes with a 3.5 oz stainless steel shot glass for throwing back the booze while in the field.

Ejmharris
01-08-2013, 18:42
Never had but will give them bonus points for honesty in where the bourbon comes from. Probably still not a buyer though.


Mike

WAINWRIGHT
01-08-2013, 18:47
Whiskey and rifles - what could be more American?

And...

Each bottle comes with a 3.5 oz stainless steel shot glass for throwing back the booze while in the field.
Keep this stuff away from Dick Cheney!:bigeyes:

Bourbon Boiler
01-08-2013, 20:02
This should go on Dearborn Co license plates:

" long and exhausting search lead us to Whiskey City U.S.A. located in Dearborn County Indiana"

Vosgar
01-08-2013, 20:03
Gosh, it sure is considerate of them that after their "long and exhausting search" we only have to wait 24 months to taste it :rolleyes:

squire
01-08-2013, 20:59
A similar brand, 4 years old, sold in the same markets is Kentucky Rifle.

Kalessin
01-09-2013, 10:29
Each bottle comes with a 3.5 oz stainless steel shot glass for throwing back the booze while in the field.


The plastic "cup cap" found on older 375's is more practical for cold weather in the field... :)

tmckenzie
01-11-2013, 06:09
The plastic "cup cap" found on older 375's is more practical for cold weather in the field... :)

noo
I miss that style of bottle and cap. And they look way more stylish. But they are not made anymore.

squire
01-11-2013, 07:07
It's gone but the memories it brings back remain.

Lab Walker
01-11-2013, 08:34
Well, they have a web site...

http://www.rodandriflebourbon.com/

Kalessin
01-11-2013, 15:58
noo
I miss that style of bottle and cap. And they look way more stylish. But they are not made anymore.

I'd love if someone could bring back the cup cap on whiskey bottles. All it would take is money...

Someone is bringing back beer cans that require church keys, so why not something nice for the whiskey drinkers? :)

http://www.churchkeycanco.com/home.html