Flights…

Bourbon Single Barrel — $25

Knob Creek
John J. Bowman
Wild Turkey KY Spirit

Bourbon Small Batch — $25

Four Roses
Michter’s
Booker’s

West of the Mississippi —$30

Breckenridge
High West Prairie Reserve
Sonoma Co. Second Chance

Atlantic Region — $35

Hudson Baby Bourbon
Nor’ Easter
Widow Jane

Barrel Strength Comparison — $40

Maker’s Mark
Maker’s Mark Barrel Strength
Elijah Craig 12yr
Elijah Craig 12yr Barrel Strength

BIG SHOT Rye — $40

Angel’s Envy
Whistlepig
Colorado Gold

We strive to have as many selections in-house as we can fit behind the bar, and in some instances when we cannot. If there is something you don’t see, something you think another guest or of course, we’d like, then please feel free to let us know. Share that selection with your Rebellion server or bartender or you can always let us know over the interwebs at lowdown@rebelliondc.com.

Bourbon…

1792 Small Batch — $9

A. Smith Bowman Distillery

Abraham Bowman — $20
Bowman Bros. — $8
John J. Bowman — $12

Angel’s Envy — $11

Baker’s — $12

Basil Hayden’s — $11

Bernheim – $8

Blanton’s Single Barrel — $13

Booker Noe’s — $14

Breckenridge — $9

Buffalo Trace — $9

Bulliet

Standard — $8
10yr — $12

Cody Road — $8

Colorado Gold — $12

Corner Creek — $8

Cyrus Noble Small Batch — $9

E.H. Taylor

Small Batch — $16
Single Barrel — $16

Eagle Rare — $9

Elijah Craig

12yr — $9
23yr — $40
Barrel Strength — $16

Elmer T. Lee Commemorative — $9

Evan Williams Single Barrel — $9

Ezra Brooks 7yr — $8

FEW Rebellion Endorsed — $12

Fighting Cock — $8

Filibuster Dual Cask — $9

Four Roses

Single — $10
Single – OBSV — $18
Single Limited Ed. 2014 — $20
Rebellion Affirmed — $16
Small Batch — $9

Garrison Bros.

Spring — $18
Fall — $18

George T. Stagg — $20

Grass Widow — $14

Heaven Hill Select Stock — $30

Henry McKenna 10yr — $10

High West Prairie Reserve — $10

Hirsch — $10

Hudson

Baby — $20
Four Grain — $20

I.W. Harper

86 Proof — $8
15yr — $12

James E. Pepper — $8

Jefferson

Small Batch — $10
Chef’s Collaboration — $16
Ocean Aged — $20
Reserve — $14
25yr Pres. Select — $40

Jim Beam

Beam 80 — $8
Black — $7
Bonded — $8
Devil’s Cut — $8
Distiller’s Masterpiece — $70
Single Barrel — $10

Johnny Drum 101 — $9

Knob Creek Single — $10

Larceny — $9

Maker’s Mark

Standard — $9
Barrel Strength — $20
Maker’s 46 — $10

Michter’s

Bourbon — $10
10yr — $20

Nor’Easter — $10

Noah’s Mill — $10

Old Bardstown — $8

Old Forester

86 — $8
100 — $9
1870 — $12
1897 — $14
Birthday Bourbon 2014 — $20

Old Granddad

100 — $8
114 — $9

Old Medley 12yr — $10

Orphan Barrel

Barterhouse — $20
Forged Oak — $15
Rhetoric — $20

Pappy Van Winkle

10yr — $18
12yr — $22
15yr — $30
20yr — $45
23yr — $75

Prichard’s Double Barrel — $16

Pure Kentucky — $8

Rebel Reserve — $9

Rebel Yell — $8

Rebellion — $9

Redemption — $8

Rowan’s Creek — $9

Russel’s Reserve

10yr — $10
Single Barrel — $12

Stagg Jr. — $16

Temptation — $8

Tin Cup — $8

Town Branch — $9

Traverse City — $9

Wathen’s — $14

Weller

Antique 107 — $8
Special Reserve — $8
Wm. Larue Weller — $24

Widow Jane — $14

Wild Turkey

81 — $8
101 — $9
Diamond Anniversary — $45
Kentucky Spirit — $9
Rare Breed — $10

Willett

Pot Still — $9
9yr Caught Stealing — $20
9yr Fleur de Sel — $20
12yr Leaves of Grass — $30
13yr Buckle — $30
XCF — $25

William Heaven Hill — $35

Woodford Reserve

Standard — $10
Double Oaked — $13
Double Oaked Single Barrel — $16
Sonoma-Cutrer Pinot Cask — $20

What Makes a Bourbon? A Cheat Sheet…

Must be made in the United States.

Must contain 51 percent corn.

Must be aged in new oak charred barrels.

Must be distilled to no more than 160 proof and entered into the barrel at 125 proof.

Must be bottled at no less than 80 proof.

Must not contain any added flavoring, coloring or other additives.

Canadian Whiskey…

Crown Royal

Black — $10
Deluxe — $8

Pendleton — $9

Pike’s Creek — $9

Seagram’s 7 — $7

Most Canadian whiskies are blended multi-grain liquors containing a large percentage of corn spirits, and are typically lighter and smoother than other whisky styles. Whisky out of Canada was the most highly trafficked spirit into the United States during the unfortunate experiment known as Prohibition.

Irish Whiskey…

Bushmills

80 — $8
Black Bush — $9

Green Spot — $14

Jameson

Standard — $8
Black Barrel — $10
Caskmates — $10
12yr — $14
18yr — $30

Kilbeggan — $10

Middleton

Very Rare — $35
Barry Crockett Edition — $70

Powers — $8

Powers ‘John Lane’ 12yr — $15

Redbreast

12yr — $15
15yr — $20

Teeling — $8

The Knot — $8

Tullamore Dew — $10

Tyrconnell — $9

Yellow Spot — $25

The word ‘whiskey’ (or whisky) comes from the Gaelicuisce beatha, meaning water of life. Irish whiskey was one of the earliest distilled drinks in Europe, arising around the 12th century. It is believed that Irish monks brought the technique of distilling perfumes back to Ireland from their travels to the Mediterranean countries around 1000 A.D. The Irish then THANKFULLY modified this technique to obtain a drinkable spirit. Whiskey was first recorded in Ireland in 1405. It was later recorded in Scotland in 1494. The Old Bushmills Distillery claims to be the oldest surviving licensed distillery in the world.

Single Pot Still Intro Flight — $50

Green Spot – floral
Middleton – delicate
Powers – spicy
Redbreast 12yr – full bodied

Scotch…

Johnnie Walker

Black — $10
Blue — $45
Green — $14
Platinum — $25

Lagavulin

16yr — $18
Distiller’s Edition — $25

Laphroig

10yr Cask Strength — $15
Triplewood — $18

Macallan

12yr — $15
15yr — $22
17yr — $40
Cask Strength — $65

Oban

14yr — $16
Distiller’s Edition — $15
Little Bay — $20

Talisker Distiller’s Edition — $13

Aberlour

12yr — $13
12yr Non-Chilled — $16
16yr — $18
18yr — $22
A’Bunadh — $18

Ardbeg 10yr — $15

Auchentoshan 12yr — $12

Balvenie

12yr Doublewood — $13
14yr Caribbean Cask — $17
15yr Single — $20

Bowmore 15yr Darkest — $16

Buchanan’s 12yr — $10

Cardhu 12yr — $10

Chivas Regal

12yr — $8
18yr — $16

Dalwhinnie 15yr — $15

Glenfiddich

12yr — $12
15yr Nadurra — $18
18yr — $25

Glenlivet

12yr — $10
15yr — $15
16yr Nadurra Oloroso — $17
18yr — $25

A spirit with a storied history that continues to be one of the most sought after worldwide. Scotch whisky is divided into five distinct categories: single malt Scotch whisky, blended malt Scotch whisky, single grain Scotch whisky, blended grain Scotch whisky, and blended Scotch whisky. To be considered Scotch it must be made in Scotland and be aged in oak barrels for at least three years. Many barrels used to make Scotch are used Bourbon barrels imported from the US.

Tour of Scotland Flight — $40

ISLANDS (ISLAY & SKYE) – Peaty & Maritime
Laphroig Triple Wood

HIGHLANDS – Smooth & Floral
Oban 14yr

SPEYSIDE – Fruity & Delicate
Glenlivet 15yr

LOWLANDS – Light & Fresh
Auchentoshan 12yr

Tennessee Whiskey…

George Dickel

Barrel Select — $10
No. 8 — $8
No. 12 — $9

Jack Daniels

Fire — $8
Gentlemen Jack — $10
Old No. 7 — $8
Sinatra Edition — $35
Single Barrel — $12

What is the difference between Tennessee
whiskey and bourbon?

Tennessee whiskey must be made in Tennessee.
Bourbon can technically be made anywhere in
the US, though it commonly is produced in
Kentucky.

Tennessee whiskey is filtered through sugar
maple charcoal before hitting the barrel and
bourbon goes straight to the barrel.

White Whiskey…

George Dickel — $7

Hudson Corn Whiskey — $12

Jim Beam Jacob’s Ghost — $8

Wasmund’s Unaged Rye — $12

Wasmund’s Unaged Single Malt — $10

What’s the deal with White Whiskey?

White Whiskey or “White Dog” as it is affectionately known on the Whiskey Trail is simply unaged whiskey. This is the product that comes out of the still before it ever sees the inside of a barrel.

Am. Whiskey…

Alaska Outlaw Whiskey — $8

Clyde May’s — $8

Copper Kettle VA Whiskey — $8

High West Campfire — $10

Hudson Single Malt — $22

Johnny Smoking Gun — $10

Leopold Bros.

American Whiskey — $10
NY Apple — $8

Michter’s

American Unblended — $10
Sour Mash — $10

Rocktown Hickory Smoked — $8

Sonoma Co. 2nd Chance — $10

Stranahan’s Diamond Peak — $16

Wasmund’s Single Malt — $10

Wild Turkey Am. Honey — $7

American Rye whiskey must be made from a mash containing at least 51% rye, distilled to no more than 160 proof, aged in charred, new oak barrels (like bourbon) and must go into those barrels at no more than 125 proof. The whiskey must be aged at least two years to be labeled Straight rye. Other than the predominant ingredient, the rye whiskey process looks very similar to the bourbon process.

Rye…

Angel’s Envy — $16

Bulliet — $8

Catoctin Creek Roundstone — $9

Cody Road — $8

Colorado Gold — $13

Copper Fox — $10

Dad’s Hat Pennsylvania Rye

Port Finish — $10
Standard — $8
Vermouth Finish — $9

E.H. Taylor — $16

FEW — $10

George Dickel — $7

High West

Double Rye — $10
Midnight’s Summer Dram — $20
Rendevous Rye — $14
Son of Bourye — $10

Hudson Manhattan — $20

Jim Beam — $8

Knob Creek — $10

Lock, Stock & Barrel — $30

Lot 40 — $14

Michter’s

Barrel Strength Rye — $18
Straight Rye — $10

Old Overholt — $8

Redemption Rye

Standard — $8
Barrel Proof 7yr — $15
Barrel Proof 10yr — $40

Riverboat Rye — $8

100 Proof — $9

Rittenhouse Rye — $8

Rock Town — $10

Russel’s Reserve — $10

Sazerac

6yr — $10
18yr — $24

Sonoma Co.

Cherrywood Rye — $12
Rye — $12

Templeton — $10

Thomas H. Handy — $24

Town Branch — $14

Whistlepig

Rye — $16
“Boss Hogg” — $40
“Old World Series Madiera” — $25

Willett

2yr — $12
6yr — $15
7yr BarrelProof — $18
8yr Barrel Proof — $20

Woodford Reserve Rye — $14