Our Bourbon

American Barrels produces skillfully crafted small batch bourbon, refined and bottled in Charleston, South Carolina. The bottle embodies two things Americans hold dear – whiskey barrels and gun barrels.

CEO and Founder Michael Reed had these sentiments in mind when he started American Barrels, which exemplifies the perfect culmination of American pioneering and innovation, resulting in the smoothest bourbon around. Welcome to the new age of bourbon.

Our Bourbon

American Barrels produces skillfully crafted small batch bourbon, refined and bottled in Charleston, South Carolina. The bottle embodies two things Americans hold dear – whiskey barrels and gun barrels.

CEO and Founder Michael Reed had these sentiments in mind when he started American Barrels, which exemplifies the perfect culmination of American pioneering and innovation, resulting in the smoothest bourbon around. Welcome to the new age of bourbon.

American Barrels
Small Batch
Bourbon Whiskey

750 ml

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Alcohol Content: 90 Proof / 45% ABV

Mash Bill: 60% corn, 36% rye, and 4% malted barley

Nose: A full, rich caramel aroma with a hint of vanilla and rye spiciness.

Palate: Youthful and balanced bourbon, with a lingering caramel sweetness and subtle oaky finish.

Our Bottle

American Barrels pays tribute to our country’s roots in the design of its bottle. The top half is made of glass and shaped to look like a rattlesnake is wrapped around 
its length, representing the historic American Gadsden flag. While the meaning of this flag has changed over the years, we remember its purest designation, that being a symbol of patriotism.

Similarly, the rattlesnake has meaning beyond the flag. It has been said that Benjamin Franklin preferred the snake to the eagle to represent our great country, as the snake’s vigilance, strength and perseverance made it more suitable.

Our Bottle

American Barrels pays tribute to our country’s roots in the design of its bottle. The top half is made of glass and shaped to look like a rattlesnake is wrapped around 
its length, representing the historic American Gadsden flag. While the meaning of this flag has changed over the years, we remember its purest designation, that being a symbol of patriotism.

Similarly, the rattlesnake has meaning beyond the flag. It has been said that Benjamin Franklin preferred the snake to the eagle to represent our great country, as the snake’s vigilance, strength and perseverance made it more suitable.