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Jim Beam 90 proof green label rye.


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This was all over Kentucky during Sampler but I didn't pick any up, assuming it would be in Michigan soon. No such luck so far, although it is on the list now.
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None on the shelves yet though it's on the State list. I suspect distributors are holding back until the current stock of Yellow Label is depleted.

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None on the shelves yet though it's on the State list. I suspect distributors are holding back until the current stock of Yellow Label is depleted.

That's exactly what the Southern Rep told me when I first asked about it.

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I bought a bottle. Really disappointed. I am barely able to choke it down neat and it is just horrible over ice. I wanted something as a summer refresher over ice..aack it was rough, with sweet bananas, no spice. OGD is far superior as a "rye" even though it is a bourbon. I might end up pouring this one out..

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TunnelTiger

Still no sightings in my neck of the boonies and from tasting reports that's not a bad thing.

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Still no sightings in my neck of the boonies and from tasting reports that's not a bad thing.

I am a Beam fan in general, especially with their new products, but this one was a let down. I don't like KC Rye either.

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drunkenjayhawk

Wow, might avoid buying a green label. I know a few places the yellow label is at.

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As a differing opinion I will say that I really enjoy the green label Beam rye. I may have stated it earlier in this thread. It has become my go-to for Sazeracs when Sazerac rye is running in short supply (which is often).

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As a differing opinion I will say that I really enjoy the green label Beam rye. I may have stated it earlier in this thread. It has become my go-to for Sazeracs when Sazerac rye is running in short supply (which is often).

That's one of the great things about this site. You can have a different opinion and not get blown out of the water by others.

Cheers to you and your rye and cheers to SB.com!

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As a differing opinion I will say that I really enjoy the green label Beam rye. I may have stated it earlier in this thread. It has become my go-to for Sazeracs when Sazerac rye is running in short supply (which is often).

The funny thing is, I thought I would love it...you just never know.

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