J. Carver Distillery out of Minnesota is just a little over two years old, and is wasting almost no time in getting its whiskies to a thirsty market. It debuted a rye whiskey back in December made from mostly Minnesota rye grains, and now has expanded its footprint into craft bourbon, unveiling J. Carver Bourbon Whiskey.
The new J. Carver Bourbon Whiskey, according to the distillery, has a mash bill that’s 75 percent corn and 25 rye, both of which have been selected “from farms near the distillery.”