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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Apr 2009
    Western NY

    Brave Spirits

    I received an e-mail from Shopper's Vineyard about a
    Brave Spirits Combo Pack which includes one bottle
    each of

    First In Whiskey
    Standing Guard Gin
    Valor Vodka
    At Ease Rum

    and I was wondering if anyone was familiar with Brave Spirits
    or the whiskey they produce? The website didn't list (or at
    least I couldn't find) much in the way of product background
    other than this:

    "We carefully select the finest grains from America's heartland.
    We distill and age our whiskey among the rolling hills of Kentucky.
    We use American oak barrels to let the natural sugars in the wood
    create a distinctively sweet, but full-bodied American whiskey."

  2. #2
    Bourbonian of the Year 2002 and Guru
    Join Date
    Sep 1999

    Re: Brave Spirits

    A quick review of the web site makes it pretty clear they don't make anything, i.e., they are a marketing company working a gimmick, in this case positioning everything they do as a tribute to the military, police and fire.

    It is the brainchild of a Philadelphia-area couple who first placed the line in post stores and now has it in the Pennsylvania state stores too. An article about them is here.



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