So while we’re on the topic of Pappy, there’s another wheated (secondary grain is wheat in place of rye) bourbon that’s decent, widely available and relatively inexpensive: Makers. I’m generally not a huge fan of Makers (for reasons we can debate) but Makers 46 is pretty solid. A “Barrel Finished ” bourbon. A very good bourbon for the price.
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This is the inaugural post for the bourbon community of the Main Street Wine Bar (the MSWB) in Stahlstown, PA, in the heart of the spectacular Laurel Highlands. The purpose of this blog is to highlight the bourbon program at the MSWB and to explore advanced topics around the production, distribution, and consumption of Kentucky (and only Kentucky) bourbon. We’ll also feature upcoming bourbon tastings and events at the MSWB like the Pappy Van Winkle tasting coming in January (see breathtaking picture below!). We I nvite spirited (pun intended) debate and conversation on all things bourbon. And only Kentucky bourbon. Because why would you drink bourbon not from the motherland!