Not sure how accurate this is, but two things:
1¤ the latest release of VB17, although a wheater, is not SW. You have it listed with JPS and PVW.
2¤ Is ETL a wheater? I thought it was a 7-9 yr rye bourbon? Please clarify if this is the regular current release or a special edition.
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I'm not seeing where I have Vintage 17 listed anywhere, either.
Also noticed that nobody has corrected my incorrect use of et al. Should be etc.
Last edited by Josh; 10-24-2012 at 05:39.
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this post, which was addressed shortly after it was published.
You can easily compare a wheater to a rye. We tend to think that mashbill is the be-all and end-all when it comes to defining characteristics. Yeast, barrels, warehouses, blending techniques and "distillery characteristics" are all just as important. I will go on record as saying I think ETL is much more similar to Weller 12 than it is to something like Evan Williams even though the mashbill of the later is more similar.
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