Nelson’s Green Brier Releases Maple Cask Finish


January 23, 2024

Nelson's Maple Cask Finish Full Bottles and Glass

Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery, Nashville’s bourbon and whiskey brand home to Nelson Brothers Bourbon and Nelson’s Green Brier Tennessee Whiskey, announced the release of the Nelson Brothers Maple Cask Finish. This latest addition to the Cask Series line will be exclusively available at the Music City distillery starting on Friday, Jan. 26.

Crafted by aging Nelsons Brothers Classic Bourbon into carefully selected maple-finished barrels, the Nelson Brothers Maple Cask Finish offers a unique flavor profile new to the brand. Bottles are priced at $125; the whiskey was bottled at 105.8 proof.

“The Nelson Brothers Maple Cask Finish demonstrates our continued commitment to innovation and craftsmanship,” said Ed Kolb, lead distiller at Nelson’s Green Brier. “Like all of our cask finishes, we don’t flavor the bourbon with syrup or liqueur but infuse it with the rich maple coating of our barrels to create a truly exceptional and limited-edition bourbon.”

The popular Nelson’s Green Brier Cask Series features a rotating line of special-edition cask finishes including Sherry Cask, Cognac Cask, Honey Cask and Mourvèdre Cask. Each special release is meticulously crafted in limited quantities and, in some cases, available only at the Distillery Mercantile. The Nelson Brothers Maple Cask Finish joins this prestigious lineup, adding a distinctive touch to the collection.

Green Brier’s history dates back to 1860 and in 2019, Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery bottled the first batch of Green Brier Tennessee Whiskey since 1909. Since then, the distillery has launched Nelson Brothers Classic Bourbon, Nelson Brothers Reserve Bourbon, an array of cask finishes, including the popular Nelson Brothers Honey Cask Finish, and several distillery exclusive bottles.

Purchase Nelson Brothers Maple Cask Finish at the Distillery Mercantile, located at 1414 Clinton St., while supplies last, or visit the Distillery Bar & Restaurant to order a pour.

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