Bourbon is an American form of whiskey named for Bourbon County, KY. By US law, it consists of at least 51% corn, but typically about 70%, with the remainder being wheat and/or rye, and malted barley. It is distilled to no more than 160 proof, and aged in new charred oak barrels for at least two years. The two-year maturation process is not a legal requirement for whiskey to be called "bourbon", but is a legal requirement for "straight bourbon". However, most bourbon whiskey is aged for at least four years.
Olde Peninsula is proud to feature 25 of the finest bourbons and rye whiskey available for sale in Michigan. And, we will continue to seek out the best Bourbons available.
Flat Lander's (Grand Rapids), Grand Traverse Small Batch & Cherry (Traverse City), Journeyman Featherbone (Three Oaks), New Holland Beer Barrel & Zepplin Bend (Holland), Red Cedar (E. Lansing) and Traverse City.
1792 Small Batch, Baker's, Basil Hayden's, Blanton's, Buffalo Trace, Bulleit 95 Rye, Colville, Col. E.H. Taylor Small Batch, Eagle Rare 10yr, Elijah Craig Small Batch, Knob Creek, Larceny, Maker's Mark, Michter's Small Batch, Old Forester 1870, Old Medley 12yr, Russell's Reserve 10yr, Sazerac Rye 6yr, Wathen's Single Barrel, Weller Wheat and Woodford's Reserve.
Because when you don't want craft beer, you want Bourbon.