The Wilderness Trail Distillery in Kentucky has been around just a few years now, part of the growing number of craft operations existing in the shadow of the bigger bourbon makers out of that state. Such a position doesn’t stop innovation, however, which is what the folks at this distillery are undertaking as they team up with a farm to produce a special bourbon produced from a rare heirloom corn variety.

This as-yet-unnamed bourbon, according to the distillery, is being produced to commemorate the 225th anniversary of Kentucky’s statehood. Caverndale Farms, the farm that provides Wilderness Trail with its corn, wheat and…

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