Rowan's Creek

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Rowan's Creek Bourbon is sold in the less common "wine bottle" style.
Rowan's Creek
Type Bourbon whiskey
Manufacturer Kentucky Bourbon Distillers (KBD)
Country of origin Kentucky, United States
Alcohol by volume 50.05%
Proof (US) 100.1
Related products Kentucky Bourbon Distillers (KBD)

Rowan's Creek is a brand of bourbon whiskey produced in Bardstown, Kentucky by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers (KBD). It is named for the creek which runs through the grounds of the site's distillery. The creek, in turn, is named after John Rowan, a statesman in Kentucky during the late 1700s and early 1800s, whose mansion is said to have inspired the Stephen Foster song My Old Kentucky Home.[1] The brand is one of several small batch bourbon offerings by KBD. As of October, 2011, it is the best-selling brand produced by KBD, and is available in 27 states.[1]

Rowan's Creek is aged for 12 years and is hand-bottled at 50.05% alc./vol. (100.1 proof).[2]

John Rowan first settled around Bardstown, Kentucky in the late 18th century. John went on and made a name for himself as a well-respected judge and statesmen, and this bourbon is named after the creek that still bears his name. The creek is still carrying limestone-filtered spring water.

Rowan's Creek was awarded a gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competitions in 2005 and 2011.[3]

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