I recently opened a bottle of Roughstock. The bottle I got is barrel proof at approximately 126. It is another in an ever increasing line of very young American single malts. I don't have it in front of me, but it was aged for a very short period of time in new charred oak.
Roughstock has a good flavor and shows some promise. It quenches my occasional hankerin for that smoky, earthy, single malt flavor. It is not nearly as good as Stranahan's, which has layers of sweet, bourbony, banana bready flavors on top of the single malt flavor. Roughstock is more one-note and stripped down than Stranahan's.
I've had quite a few young 'craft' distillery products and overall I tend to enjoy the young single malts much better, despite my usual strong preference for bourbon. A single malt in a new barrel presents flavors unique from bourbon and scotch. Roughstock is a good, not great, example of this. With a bit more time in the barrel it could turn into something special though.