NASHVILLE (May 18, 2023) – O.H. Ingram River Aged announced today that it has expanded its market reach into Georgia to meet growing demand for its fleet of whiskies aged inside the only floating barrelhouses in the world.
“We are excited to bring O.H. Ingram River Aged to the Peach State – a place with its own remarkable history and culture” said Founder Hank Ingram. “Our expansion strategy continues to be based on finding people and places that we feel will connect with our product and process, and Georgia certainly meets that criteria.“
The addition of Georgia to O.H. Ingram’s reach comes on the heels of the Company’s announcement of its relocation to Columbus, KY from Wickliffe as well as its doubling of capacity for barrel aging.
The expansion includes a second floating barrelhouse bringing total aging capacity to over 6,000 barrels. The new location can also accommodate more than 15 additional floating barrelhouses. O.H. Ingram’s new operations are located beside the gorgeous Columbus-Belmont State Park, a 156-acre gem with a remarkable Civil War history that is part of the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
Inside the only floating barrelhouses in the world, barrels of O.H. Ingram River Aged whiskies spend their years exposed to the climate and constant motion of the Mississippi River. The motion of the river ensures that the whiskey never stops working creating an extraordinary spirit with robust flavor. They call it Mellowed on the Mississippi. You can see full details about the unique aging here.
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