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Indiana Rye Whiskey is (Finally) a Legally Binding Regional Style of American Whiskey | Whiskey Raiders (whiskeyraiders.com)

Indiana Rye Whiskey is (Finally) a Legally Binding Regional Style of American Whiskey | Whiskey Raiders

On July 1st, 2021, Indiana Rye is officially recognized as a regional whiskey style of American whiskey.

Indiana has such a longstanding history with making rye whiskey that this decision was truly a long time coming for the state. In fact, Indiana is responsible for the majority of the rye that’s available. Not to mention that MGP of Indiana distills and ages the whiskey for Angel’s Envy, Bulleit, George Dickel, High West, James E. Pepper, Redemption, WhistlePig, to name a few.

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