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MIDDLETOWN CITY LIMITS DOUBLE OAKED
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Middletown City Limits Bourbon is a heartfelt tribute to Middletown, Ohio, celebrating its storied past with the steel industry and its resilient workers. We were so happy to share that spirit with the people of Middletown and beyond in 2023, but the story is not over.  Introducing Middletown City Limits Double Oaked Bourbon. We took our already great bourbon and aged it longer with new charred oak staves to give it even more character. 

Mash Bill:

99% Corn, 1% Malted Barley

88 Proof

750ML

Make your bottle reservation today for either April 13, 14, 15, 16 or 17th. Your $2.50 reservation secures your right to purchase a bottle on the day you select. It is non-refundable and any bottles not picked up by the 17th will be released for sale to the public. Pickup is at FigLeaf Brewing at 3387 Cincinnati-Dayton Rd Middletown, OH 45044.

CINCINNATI QUEEN OF THE WEST BOURBON
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In the heart of the Ohio River Valley, nestled between the rolling hills of the Midwest, lies the historic city of Cincinnati, the Queen City.  Cincinnati stands as a beacon of innovation, culture, and industry. But behind its modern facade lies a rich tapestry of history, woven with tales of pioneers, settlers, and entrepreneurs who shaped the destiny of this bustling metropolis.

It was during the early 19th century that Cincinnati earned its regal moniker, a title bestowed upon it by the famed writer and explorer John Filson in his 1788 publication, "The Adventures of Colonel Daniel Boone." Filson's writings painted a vivid picture of a city poised on the edge of the frontier, a gateway to the vast, untamed wilderness of the West. Cincinnati quickly became a hub of commerce and trade, attracting settlers from far and wide seeking their fortunes in the burgeoning frontier economy.

As waves of immigrants flooded into the city, drawn by promises of opportunity and prosperity, Cincinnati blossomed into a thriving metropolis. Its strategic location along the Ohio River made it a vital hub for transportation and commerce, connecting the East with the expanding territories of the West. Steamboats chugged up and down the river, laden with goods and passengers, while bustling markets and bustling streets bustled with activity.

Amidst this bustling landscape of progress and opportunity, Cincinnati's distilling industry began to flourish. Inspired by the fertile farmlands of the surrounding countryside and the abundance of grains grown along the riverbanks, local entrepreneurs began crafting spirits of unparalleled quality and character. It was this vibrant atmosphere that inspired Cincinnati Distilling to craft exceptional bourbon here in Cincinnati.

Drawing inspiration from the city's rich heritage and storied past, Cincinnati Distilling set out to create a bourbon that would capture the essence of the Queen City itself. They sought to imbue their spirit with the same pioneering spirit and entrepreneurial drive that had fueled the city's growth and prosperity for generations.

Thus, "Queen of the West" was born—a bourbon crafted with meticulous care and attention to detail, using only the finest grains and purest waters from the region. It was aged for 4 years in new, charred oak barrels in Cincinnati Distilling's signature mash bill.

 

Today, Queen of the West stands as a testament to the enduring spirit of Cincinnati and the pioneers who helped shape its destiny. With each sip, bourbon enthusiasts are transported back to a time when the Queen City reigned supreme as the gateway to the West, a shining beacon of hope and opportunity in the vast wilderness of the American frontier.

Mash Bill:

75% Corn, 21% Rye, 4% Malted Barley

90 Proof

750ML

Make your bottle reservation today for either April 27, 28, 29, 30 or May 1st. Your $2.50 reservation secures your right to purchase a bottle on the day you select. It is non-refundable and any bottles not picked up by May 1st will be released for sale to the public. Pickup is at 

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