Alonzo H Allen Sr who in 1860 took a horse-drawn wagon, "acting as a bullwhacker, drove straight toward his settlement tree along the Saint Vrain Creek, which he could see from the top of what is now Gunbarrel Hill. Those wagon wheels cut a deep rut that defined what was then called Gunbarrel Road on account of its straightness."
Nose: Good body, decent sweetness, richness. Streaks of smoke, apple peels, bruised pears.
Palate: Smooth, rounded, gentle sweetness, peat, a little smoke.
Finish: Long, dry smoke, malty touch of peat.
Emerging from concept to execution, Gunbarrel Bourbon is resourcing for early and initial batches. Partnerships link Bardstown Kentucky, Edinburgh Scotland and Boulder Colorado.