As good tidings and holiday cheer grow near, we’d like to remind you to guide your sleigh responsibly and stay safe this holiday season.
Bourbon is a key ingredient in bringing people together during special occasions and as a company with a personal connection to the handcrafting of our own products, we understand the importance of these moments. We want Four Roses to help you handcraft many mellow moments this holiday season, but if you choose to drink, please enjoy in moderation.
We have plenty of things to be thankful for this month, and many opportunities to enjoy handcrafted moments with family and friends. In our opinion, no Thanksgiving meal is complete without Four Roses Bourbon, so we’ve crafted a Maple Old Fashioned cocktail to perfectly pair with your turkey and all the fixin’s.
As a company with a personal, intimate connection to the handcrafting of our products, we understand the importance of special, or handcrafted, moments in your life. And we want our line of Four Roses products to help you handcraft and enjoy these mellow moments even more.
We encourage you to make your moments more special by adding Four Roses.
Meet Laurent Lebec, one of our friends from Chicago’s Big Star.
Housed in a defunct 1940’s gas station, Big Star is a Bourbon and beer-focused restaurant featuring an authentic Mexican street food inspired menu in the Wicker Park neighborhood.
We took some time to sit down with Laurent, over Bourbon of course, and got to know a little bit more about his job.
How long have you worked at Big Star?
I started at Big Star a mere two weeks after they opened.
We all know about the unique process of handcrafting Four Roses Bourbon, but have you ever taken the time to think about the process behind our unique packaging?
Our very mellow Small Batch Bourbon comes in a bottle that boasts an interesting story. Go ahead, grab a bottle, (pour yourself a glass) and turn it upside down. What you do see? The Small Batch bottle has been created in the shape of a rosebud when turned upside down.
As the end of 2017 is growing closer, we thought it’d be a good time to sit down with Four Roses Chief Operating Officer Ryan Ashley to get the latest update on the major expansion of our Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Ky. Let’s take a look at what he had to say.
As the Kentucky Bourbon Festival and Bourbon Heritage Month come to a close, I find it gratifying to sit back and reflect on some of the moments that made the week, and month, so special.
One of the events I look forward to most each year is Let’s Talk Bourbon, held at the Distillery. Guests were taken on a journey, examining the history and process of making Kentucky Bourbon.
With the official start of fall just around the corner, we thought there’d be no better way to celebrate than with a few fall-inspired Four Roses cocktails. We’ve combined the perfect ingredients to handcraft a mellow moment this month.
We are so excited to announce that our 2017 Limited Edition Small Batch will be released this month. A 15-year-old OESK, a 13-year-old OESK and a 12-year-old OESV were selected for this year’s bottle, making it the first Limited Edition Small Batch in our brand’s history to feature only our low rye mashbill.
Bottled at barrel strength with a proof of 107.
One of our favorite months of the year is finally here and we have a lot to look forward to. Each September, we celebrate the legacy and deep-rooted tradition of the Bourbon industry during National Bourbon Heritage Month and this year we have even more opportunities to mingle with you.
The best way to celebrate Bourbon Heritage Month is right here in Kentucky at the annual Kentucky Bourbon Festival.