Their first collaboration, Treaty Oak Distilling and Whiskey Myers’ Red Handed Bourbon, will be available November 1 online at shoptreatyoak.com and at select retailers in Florida, GA, TN, IL, NV, CA and TX, including The Ranch of Treaty Oak Distilling. in the dripping springs
Posted: October 14, 2021 at 12:00 p.m. MDT|Update: 3 hours ago
DROP SPRINGS, Texas, October 14, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Distillation of Treated Oak, the Texasbased distiller who makes a range of award-winning whiskeys, today announced a partnership with a highly acclaimed country rock band Myers Whiskey. Their first collaboration, Treaty Oak Distilling and Whiskey Myers’ Red Handed Bourbon, is a 95 proof (47.5% ABV) whiskey made to Treaty Oak Distilling specifications by Bardstown Bourbon Company in Kentucky, then aged for two years in Kentucky and Texas. It will be available from November, 1st To shoptreatyoak.com and at select retailers in Florida, GA, TN, IL, NV, CA and TX, including the Treaty Oak Distilling ranch in dripping springs.
âWe are celebrating our Texas roots every day in Treaty Oak, and in partnership with Whiskey Myers, which has seen a meteoric rise since they cut their teeth right here in bars and venues. Texas – we could not have asked for a better partner “, said Tony Gonzales, Marketing Director of Treaty Oak Distilling. “Myers Whiskey embodies the rebellious spirit of our team at Treaty Oak – the desire to break convention and seek the best, most authentic results. We are delighted to be working with them in the future.”
Like Treaty Oak Distilling, the roots of Myers whiskey go back to East Texas, where they gained a local audience that has been bolstered nationally by the success of five critically acclaimed albums to date. The group, known for their energetic concerts and unique sound, is made up of Cody Canon, Cody tate, John jeffers, Jeff hogg, Jamey gleaves and Tony kent. Authenticity, collaboration and innovation have been key elements of Whiskey Myers’ success, and these shared values ââhave formed the basis of the group’s partnership with Treaty Oak Distilling.
âIt may surprise some people that, despite our name, we haven’t always been heavy drinkers of whiskey. We have had other opportunities to collaborate with whiskey brands over the years, but we never have. found the right fit – until we meet the team at Treaty Oak Distilling, âsaid lead guitarist John jeffers of Myers Whiskey. âWe immediately reached out to the people behind the brand and connected with everything they stand for – so much so that it inspired us to learn more about the spirit and find a drink that we really love. delighted to share it with our fans. “
Treaty Oak Distilling and Myers’ Red Handed Bourbon Whiskey is the first collaboration resulting from this partnership. Bourbon, a new take on the already popular Treaty Oak Distilling Red Handed offering, was crafted to Treaty Oak Distilling specifications by Bardstown Bourbon Company and features a mash bill of 70% corn, 21% rye and 9% barley. Even at 95 degrees, it’s easy to drink with hints of honey that lead to hints of caramel, hot corn and cured tobacco. Treaty Oak Distilling recommends tasting Bourbon Red Handed neat or in Myers Whiskey’s signature Mesquite Smoked Pecan Old Fashioned. The suggested retail price for a 75 omL bottle, which may vary by market, is $ 39.99.
Treaty Oak Distilling and Whiskey Myers will celebrate the launch of Red Handed Bourbon with samples available at the group’s upcoming Wiggy Thump Festival to benefit the Anderson County Youth Livestock Association at Palestine, Texas to October 30.
For more information, please visit https://www.treatyoakdistilling.com/whikey.
About the distillation of treated oak
Treaty Oak Distilling is a collective of distillers, sommeliers, botanists and architects based in Drip sources, Texas who are looking for the best spirits. They look to cinema, music, cultural exchange and beyond to move forward and fuel a way forward. Inspired by the world around them, they have designed an unlimited range of spirits: Ghost Hill Texas Bourbon, Red Handed Bourbon and Red Handed Rye Whiskey. Connect with Treaty Oak Distilling on Facebook and Instagram. Drink responsibly.
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About Myers Whiskey
The Whiskey Myers genre group has performed over 2,500 concerts since their emergence in 2007 and still sell their headlining shows, performing in front of growing crowds. Their fifth self-produced studio album, WHISKEY MYERS, now available on the group’s own label Wiggy Thump Records, debuted at No. 1 on the Country and Americana / Folk sales charts, at No. 2 on the rock chart and # 6 on the Billboard 200 chart all genres. The eponymous project follows on from their previous album, Mud, which reached number one in the iTunes country chart with the RIAA Gold certified single “Stone” reaching the Top 10 in all genres. In total, Whiskey Myers has sold over 1.1 million albums and amassed over 1.3 billion streams. United States Today describes the group led by the leader Cody Canon as “a mix of heavy southern rock and gritty country riffs that has won comparisons with the Allman Brothers Band and Led Zeppelin”, with Rolling stone noting “it’s the seminal combination of twang and crisp rock & roll guitars that hits a perfect sweet spot.” The group, known for their high-energy live performance and unique sound, also enjoyed a sync hit with features (and an on-screen appearance) in Paramount Network’s Kevin costner the hit show “Yellowstone” as well as songs from the Netflix series directed by RenÃ©e Zellweger “What / If”, the Angelina Jolie film “Those Who Wish Me Dead” and CBS hit series “SEAL Team”. For more information visit www.whiskeymyers.com and follow social media @WhiskeyMyers.
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