The other is Dad's Hat, and it's being distilled and aged by Mountain Laurel Distillery just around the corner from you in Bristol, PA. It's available in PA through the LCB state stores. I don't know if they're shipping interstate yet, but NJ should be a potentially early market for them.
Bourbon Joe wrote:Does it taste like Dad's Hat John??Joe
EllenJ wrote:If it's Dad's Hat you're speaking of, Gary, you won't find it in Kentucky yet. You can buy the white dog and the young version in Pennsylvania (the older aged version is not ready for release yet).
Both the fancy-pants European pot/column hybrid stills and the large industrial columns have the abiility to switch different plates in and out of the process as needed in order to isolate the congeners they want included and excluded, and I believe the more artful craft distillers (and the more computerized majors) are adept at doing just that.
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