RackHouse Whiskey Club to feature Bardstown Bourbon Company
Craft whiskey subscription service RackHouse Whiskey Club has teamed up with Bardstown Bourbon Company and its legendary Master Distiller Steve Nally to offer an early preview of their newest bourbon — Bardstown Bourbon Collaboration Series, nine-year-old straight bourbon whiskey finished for 18 months in The Prisoner Wine Company French oak barrels.
RackHouse Whiskey Club partners with independent craft distilleries around the country to bring the best flavors the nation has to offer directly to Club member doorsteps in 40 states every two months.
RackHouse Whiskey Club members will receive a signed full size bottle from Bardstown Bourbon Company’s Fusion Series #2 and a sample 200ml bottle of the yet-to-be released collaboration with The Prisoner Wine Company just in time for Christmas. The Prisoner collaboration release won’t be on the market until 2020 and is set to retail at $129.99.
The bottles are the product of Bourbon Hall of Famer Steve Nally whose first job in the whiskey industry was as a janitor for Maker’s Mark. He’s gone on to have a career that’s spanned close to 50 years. During Steve’s tenure as Master Distiller, Maker’s Mark went from producing 32 barrels a week to being a global powerhouse pumping out millions of bottles.
He’s taking those lessons learned over several decades in the industry and applying them at Bardstown Bourbon Company — a state-of-the-art bourbon distillery pushing the boundaries through innovation.
“RackHouse Whiskey Club is all about sharing great whiskey stories and exploring the best of American craft distilleries together,” said Dannie Strable, RackHouse Whiskey Club co-founder and CEO. “We’re excited to be working with Steve Nally and the team at Bardstown Bourbon Company to give our members an opportunity to try their sought after new bourbon, The Prisoner, before anyone else.”
“Working for close to 40 years in the industry with incredible brands like Maker’s Mark and Wyoming Whiskey has taught me the preciseness of doing everything just right,” Steve Nally, Bardstown Bourbon Company Master Distiller said. “Bardstown’s collaboration with The Prisoner Wine Company demonstrates that precision and we’re looking forward to sharing it for the first time with RackHouse Whiskey Club members.”
Memberships for RackHouse Whiskey Club start at $79 every two months. Sign up by Dec. 10 to receive this box at RackHouseWhiskeyClub.com.