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I am trying to learn more about the Dickel Rye Process. So far I have learned that the rye 95% distillate comes from MGP, than it is put through the Lincoln County Process, barreled, and aged from there.

My two questions:

1) Does the spirit arrive at Dickel as "Distillate"  wherein then, Dickel distills it again in their equipment and then continues the process, or does it arrive from MGP as a refined product. 

2) What type of barrels Is Dickel rye aged in? New oak barrels or used oak barrels,and what cooperage are they from?

 

 

 

 

 

 

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I sourced some Dickel bourbon Back in 2014. I know at that time it was being completely produced by MGP. Mashed, distilled, filtered and barreled. 

The source of the barrels themselves was unknown but they sure looked like ISC barrels, new american oak, char level unknown

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I posted in error, but will respond to this later.

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On 10/18/2018 at 10:09 AM, captnKB said:

The source of the barrels themselves was unknown but they sure looked like ISC barrels

Both ISC and Kelvin.

 

 

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