TX Whiskey Releases Bottled in Bond Rye


April 27, 2023

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The makers of TX Blended Whiskey and TX Straight Bourbon announced the launch of TX Straight Rye Whiskey Bottled in Bond, the fifth overall expression of the TX Experimental Series.

The TX Experimental Series features a line of innovative products that continue to rival anything TX has created before, including TX Experimental Rye, TX High Rye Texas Straight Bourbon, TX Blended Straight Bourbon and TX Straight Bourbon Whiskey Finished in Rum & Cognac Barrels.

This expression showcases the combination of Texas grain and Texas maturation, highlighting the beautiful flavors developed over four summers at the brand’s distillery, Whiskey Ranch.

“This experimental release utilizes Texas rye grown for us by a single farm, Sawyer Farms, distilled on our column at Whiskey Ranch within a single season,” said Head Distiller Evan Brewer. “It’s aged for over four years on the second floor of our rickhouse, being subjected to the Texas heat and manic weather.”

Only 1500 bottles of TX Experimental Series TX Straight Rye Whiskey Bottled in Bond will be available for purchase for $39.99 at Whiskey Ranch (4250 Mitchell Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76119). The limited release will only be available in 375ml bottles and limited to two per customer in a 30-day period.

Established in 2010 by Leonard Firestone and Troy Robertson, and now part of the Pernod Ricard spirits family, TX Whiskey is a brand with an artisanal distillery, connecting and inspiring people through whiskey. Located in Fort Worth, TX, the brand’s Whiskey Ranch proudly sits on 112 acres of historic golf grounds making it one of the largest whiskey distilleries.

The brand launched its first expression, a blended whiskey, in June 2012, receiving both Double Gold and Best American Craft Whiskey honors at the 2013 San Francisco World Spirits Competition. As the first distillery to use a proprietary combination of grains, yeast, and barrel toasting, the brand continued with the release of TX Straight Bourbon in 2016.

For more information, visit https://www.frdistilling.com/.