I got big into beer a few years back about the time that craft beer started transitioning from 12oz six-packs to the highend 22oz and 750ml packaging sizes. The price per ounce increased significantly. I wonder how much of this we might see in the bourbon world - I know that BT puts at least one of their experimental collections in this size, and I remember the Garrison Bros thread where they're putting their juice in that format as well. I guess in some ways this is happening already, like Makers cutting handles out of their supply line.
Well, why haven't most bourbons been offered in this format to start with? For lightweights like me, its a good size I'd pay a bit of a premium for. Off the top of my head, I can only think of a few higher-end bourbons in this size. Pros? Cons?
I was craving Knob Creek today but wasn't in for a bunch of it, so I was happy to see it offered this way.