O.H. Ingram River Aged Announces Second-Ever Release of Premium 100 Proof Flagship Bourbon

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O.H. Ingram 2nd Release of Flagship "River Aged" Whiskey

COPY PROVIDED BY BRAND PRESS RELEASE….Earlier this week, Brown Water Spirits LLC (Nashville based), maker of O.H. Ingram River Aged series, announced the second-ever release of its Flagship Bourbon, Ingram River Aged. Bottled at 100 proof, the Flagship Bourbon is an annual limited release and available in select markets.

Each barrel of bourbon that comprises the Flagship is personally curated by founder Hank Ingram.

“Today is a celebration. Our Flagship Bourbon is a labor of love, and our team takes great pride in creating what we believe is an exceptional spirit,” said Ingram River Aged Founder Hank Ingram. “In a nautical fleet, the flagship vessel is the crown jewel, and this bourbon absolutely leads our fleet of expressions. The response to our inaugural Flagship was phenomenal, and I believe this batch improves upon on our previous success.”

Located on the cusp of Western Kentucky (Ballard County), inside the only floating barrelhouse in the world, O.H. Ingram River Aged barrels of whiskey spend their years exposed to the climate and constant motion of the Mississippi River. This unique aging combines tradition and innovation. The motion of the river ensures that the whiskey never stops working, per the brand, creating an extraordinary spirit with a taste mature beyond its years. They refer to it as “Mellowed on the Mississippi”. You can see full details about the unique aging here.

Ingram River Aged is currently available on shelves in Kentucky, Louisiana, Minnesota, Tennessee, and Wisconsin. It is also available for online purchase via Seelbach’s. Additional markets will come as inventory allows through R.S. Lipman and Vintage Point, the National Sales Agent.

To learn more about the Ingram River Aged Series and sign up for updates, please visit IngramWhiskey.com and use the Ingram River Aged Brand Finder to see where it’s available near you. Note that there may be a delay in adding sales locations to the map. Customers are encouraged to call their local store or neighborhood bar.