BOOKER’S BOURBON LUMBERYARD BATCH 2022-02 (750ML)

BOOKER’S BOURBON LUMBERYARD BATCH 2022-02 (750ML)

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The second release of the Booker’s® Bourbon 2022 Collection is Booker’s Batch 2022-02 “The Lumberyard Batch”. This batch is named in honor of Booker Noe’s pre-distillery years. While his journey to becoming a distiller wasn't exactly a straight path, it led him to his true passion.

After a short stint at the University of Kentucky, Booker hitch-hiked across America in hopes of joining the Air Force. After being accepted to the Air Force, the local police called his mom to verify his information to be cleared. When Booker’s Mom found out where he was, she convinced him to come home and work at the local lumberyard with his uncle Jeremiah Beam, also known as Uncle Jere. Booker was over 6 feet tall and very strong at an early age. He never backed away from physical labor of any kind, which made him a natural fit for the job. Booker gave 110% during his time at the lumberyard, which eventually landed him his first role working at the distillery and from then on, the rest was history.

Since that first day, Booker held just about every job at the distillery and worked his way up to Master Distiller. Booker’s esteemed distilling career wasn’t given to him, he earned it. His experience at the lumberyard shaped the solid work ethic and curiosity he is known for.

 Lumberyard Batch is made up of five production dates that were aged in seven different warehouses. The breakdown of barrel storage is as follows:

2% came from the 4th floor of 7-story warehouse X

3% came from the 3rd floor of 7-story warehouse 5

3% came from the 4th floor of 9-story warehouse D

17% came from the 4th floor of 7-story warehouse Z

19% came from the 5th floor of 7-story warehouse Q

28% came from the 4th floor of 7-story warehouse 1

28% came from the 6th floor of 7-story warehouse Z

This batch was pulled during the rainy weeks ahead of the Kentucky Derby.