Precinct No. 6


Limestone Branch Distillery // Kentucky, USA

community rating

2 out of 5 stars
( 6 )

Opened by Steve and Paul Beam in 2012, the Limestone Branch Distillery is building on a family legacy of distillation in pre-prohibition America. They currently offer a line of moonshines and sourced bourbons. In February 2015, the brothers put their first distillate into charred oak with the plans of selling it under the Yellowstone label in conjunction with Luxco. The Precinct No. 6 is a "sugar whiskey" (though not technically a whiskey) made from local white corn and cane sugar and aged in second-fill bourbon barrels as well as French and American oak.

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  • Spirit
    In the US, a spirit whiskey is produced by blending at least 5% whiskey (can be more) and no more than 20% straight whiskey with neutral spirit. In the EU and Canada, a grain spirit doesn't qualify as a whisky due to its age under 3 years.
  • Cask Type
    Second-fill Bourbon, French Oak, and American Oak

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