Jim Bridger Whiskey
During the 1800’s, many ventured west in search of a new frontier. Exploring unchartered lands, they learned to survive by hook and crook. Hunting, trapping, and learning to farm in harsh, dry conditions. Finding fertile valleys to settle. Whiskey was sure to have been passed around the campfire, poured over wounds, and traded for goods.
It is with great honor to serve to you a whiskey made to pay homage to the frontiersman who lost their lives and the few that survived. Many of their names garner rivers, mountain ranges, and towns throughout the west.
Mash Bill: 75% Corn, 20% Rye, 5% Malted Barley