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Andresky:
"Today small-batch bourbon means a whiskey distilled and aged for two years in charred oak barrels. The very best barrels are then selected as a reserve."

SB
"Small batch bourbons are bottlings from a "batch" of barrels that have been mixed prior to the bottling."

Andresky:
"Small-batch bourbon really has no official requirements, although corn, limestone spring water and charred barrels are its cornerstones. Most are made from corn or rye or both."

So he states a small-batch bourbon "may have" corn, rye or both!

What passess for informed writing....a little research please!

He a proprieter of a very nice restaurant and writes on wine 99% of the time....it shows.