Laws Whiskey House Releases Pair of Bottled in Bond Expressions


April 7, 2022

Denver-based Laws Whiskey House announced the 2022 releases of their Bottled in Bond Four Grain Bourbon and San Luis Valley Rye. 

The Laws team released their first Bonded Four Grain Bourbon in 2016. This foray into Bonded whiskey also marked the first Bonded bourbon in the state of Colorado and one of the first Bonded Four Grain Bourbons in the country. Six years later, the brand has released batch #6 of its Bonded Four Grain Bourbon and batch #3 of their Bonded San Luis Valley Rye.  

(To qualify as a Bottled in Bond whiskey, the expression must be made by one distillery in a single season, must be bottled at 100 proof (50% abv) and must be aged at least four years in a federally bonded warehouse.)

The Four Grain Batch #6, at eight years old, is one of the the oldest bourbons to be released from the distillery and is composed of two separate batches. One batch is from the spring season of 2013, marked with batch code #6-S, and the other is from the fall season of the same year, marked with batch code #6-F. Both were made with a mash bill of 60% corn, 20% heirloom wheat, 10% heirloom rye, 10% heirloom malted barley

The San Luis Valley Rye Batch #3 is seven years old and is a marriage of 23 barrels distilled in the fall of 2014. It was created using a mash bill of 95% heirloom rye, 5% heirloom barley.

The latest offerings in the brand’s growing bonded portfolio will be available in key markets across the country starting April 2022 for a suggested retail price of $79.99.