Around the time the United States was fighting for independence,
whiskey was our most popular distilled drink.

 
 

Our founding fathers drank whiskey. It was even used as currency, and to pay off debts. It was so popular, when the government tried to tax it in 1791, ex-Revolutionary War soldiers rebelled and almost broke our new union apart. Whiskey marched on both sides of the Civil War. And it gave cowboys something to look forward to at the end of the trail. 

Whiskey started as a small-batch, hand-crafted spirit. Today that’s no longer the case. Whiskey has become big business.

It’s time to return to our small batch, handcrafted roots. Which is exactly what Branch & Barrel is doing. 

 

WE’RE RAISING A GLASS

TO ALL THAT WHISKEY WAS,

AND SHOULD BE AGAIN.