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  1. aging whiskey in barrels in unheated facility in the north

    Jesse, We've had good luck aging bourbon at 43N. We typically see temperatures down to -5F in the warehouse (~-20 outside), and temperatures up to 135F (~100F outside) in the tops of our warehouses during the summer. I wouldn't necessarily call it better or worse than aging in KY or other southern states, but it is certainly different. My biggest suggestion is to track your flavor profile throughout the temperature regime it will see in the barrels, because in our experience it can change quite noticeably. That being said, I think aging in a non climate controlled warehouse will really speak to the terroir of your region. Just so you know I'm not making things up, we have nearly 7000 barrels in storage, ranging from fresh fills to 8ish years old. Shoot me a PM if you have any more questions. -Sam
  2. Lorenzo,

    The best way to reach me is via e-mail, but don't hesitate to call either!

    sam@wyomingwhiskey.com

    307-864-2116 Office

    307-413-6092 Cell

    I'm in NYC and won't be back in the office until Tuesday, but I have my cell.

    Thanks!

    Sam

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    @indyspirits Just a way of bumping this post to the top of the page (TTT: to the top) as I update the details. Thanks!
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    Bump for 5YO product!
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    Updated - Price Lowered
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    Edited post to reflect that these barrels are currently aging. TTT
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