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Buck Dancer Straight Bourbon Whiskey – Batch #1
La Crosse Distilling Co. will release an additional 100 bottles.
Due to limited supply, you must reserve your bottle in advance at https://BounsBuckDancer100.eventbrite.com. Event will be held in production room at La Crosse Distilling Co. | 129 Vine St., La Crosse, WI. Please enter through the garage door entrance located on 2nd Street.
Your reservation acts as a hold to purchase one bottle at the cost of $59.99. One reservation per person. You must be present and have your Eventbrite confirmation to make your purchase. We will not hold reserved bottles for those who are not present.
We will be offering complimentary samples of select brands. We will be offering $5 off additional bottle purchases of our La Crosse Distilling brands including: Fieldnotes Vodka, Fieldnotes Gin, Heady Bella Coffee Whiskey, Downtown Toodeloo, Christmas Gin. La Crosse Distilling Co. merchandise will be discounted and available for purchase, including a Buck Dancer t-shirt and hat.
About Buck Dancer Bourbon
Buck Dancer is distilled from an heirloom variety of red corn grown in partnership with family farmers who share our passion for open-pollinated, no-till, and organic farming practices. We selected wine grade barrel staves produced by Staggemeyer Stave Company located in Caledonia, MN. The American White Oak trees used in the construction of the barrel staves are regionally grown and harvested. The oak is naturally cured outdoors for 24 to 36 months creating a natural microflora that interacts with the bourbon as it ages producing depth and complexity in the flavor profile. This organic small batch bourbon is aged four-years in an open-air rickhouse. Deep flavor profiles are developed as the oak barrels absorbs and constrict the bourbon in tandem with the climate and the seasonality of our region. Buck Dancer is barreled at cask strength at approximately 120 proof.
“Bourbon is interesting when it tells a story. Our story unfolds through family farmed heirloom corn, regionally harvested white oak, and an open-air aging process which captures the taste of all four-seasons.”
– Mitchell Parr, Head Distiller