John Garland from The Growler Magazine was recently down in Spring Grove to see how our small batch, organic whiskey is made. We took him from the farm to the mill to the distillery. Here's what he had to say about our Fence Jumper Bourbon: "After having aged in 15-gallon oak barrels for only a year, Fence Jumper shows a remarkable depth of flavor—a nuanced corn sweetness that levels out just as the smokiness from a touch of rye creeps up on the finish. Most importantly, it shows none of those wet hay or green grass flavors that often haven’t smoothed out of a whiskey at such a young age. It’s a spirit that’s good now, but begs to be imagined at two years, four years, and beyond."
Pretty cool, huh?
Our bottles have arrived! Palettes and palettes of empty RockFilter bottles, just waiting to be filled with our organic bourbon and whiskey. Can't hardly wait.
RockFilter was recently featured in our hometown paper, the Spring Grove Herald. What an honor!
"For Christian Myrah, there’s something about the water, the white oak on the hillsides, the organic grain that he and his dad raise and, yes — even the climate that made Spring Grove the right place to build a distillery."
Read the full story here, on the Spring Grove Herald's website.