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Chicken Cock Whiskey Wins Big at 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition

Chicken Cock Whiskey Wins Double Gold Medal at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition

The award went to Chicken Cock’s Garden & Gun Single Barrel Selection

Chicken Cock Whiskey, one of America’s oldest whiskey brands, proudly announces that its Garden & Gun Single Barrel Selection has been awarded a Double Gold Medal, with a score of 95 at the 2024 San Francisco World Spirits Competition (SFWSC).

Known as one of the most influential spirits competitions in the world, the SFWSC is the oldest and largest competition of its kind. This recognition stands as a true testament to the dedication and exceptional taste, quality, and craftsmanship of Chicken Cock Whiskey.

Created in partnership with Garden & Gun, Chicken Cock Whiskey’s Garden & Gun Single Barrel Selection was inspired by the South and its time-honored traditions.

With sapid flavor notes of steeped berries, waffle cones, vanilla beans, and warm baking spices, the Garden & Gun Single Barrel Selection embodies the region’s welcoming hospitality and sporting lifestyle.

“It has the mash bill recipe for bourbon”

Will Woodington

Chicken Cock Whiskey’s Brand Ambassador

“…However, due to the American white oak barrel shortage in 2014, the spirit was aged in bourbon barrels for seven years. “Then we finished it in new American white oak barrels to elevate the whiskey to our standards.”

For more information about Chicken Cock Whiskey and its award-winning products, please visit chickencockwhiskey.com.

About Chicken Cock Whiskey:

In 1856, James A. Miller established the Chicken Cock Whiskey brand in Paris, KY, after his successful venture producing his celebrated J.A. Miller’s Old Bourbon, which dates back to the late 1830s. In the decades that followed, Chicken Cock Whiskey quickly became a nationally distributed brand that was synonymous with a high-quality reputation and was the first brand in Bourbon County to ship its whiskey internationally.

In 2012, Matti Anttila, Grain & Barrel Spirits CEO, rediscovered the brand and set out to resurrect it to its high-quality reputation and celebrated past. Since then, Chicken Cock Whiskey has become one of the most rapidly-growing whiskey brands with its award-winning Kentucky Straight Bourbon and Kentucky Straight Rye whiskey releases, along with multiple highly sought-after limited releases, which are made in partnership with Bardstown Bourbon Company as part of its collaborative distillation program.

About Grain & Barrel Spirits:

Based in Charleston, South Carolina, Grain & Barrel Spirits is an innovative-driven global spirits portfolio that develops and scales authentic brands – connecting the best artisans with markets and consumers around the world.

The company’s core brands include: Chicken Cock Whiskey, a historically significant whiskey brand established in Paris, Kentucky, in 1856; Tequila Eterno Verano, a range of ultra-premium tequilas made for adventurous souls; Dixie Spirits, which boasts a roster of five premium vodkas, including its signature award-winning Southern Vodka, alongside its first-ever whiskey, Dixie Delight; High Goal Luxury Gin, a small batch, ultra-premium gin produced in Charleston; Elvis Whiskey, Elvis Presley-inspired whiskeys; and Virgil Kaine Lowcountry Whiskey. Grain & Barrel Spirits has been named to the prestigious Inc. 5000 list of the fastest-growing privately held companies in America three years in a row.

About Garden & Gun:

Garden & Gun is a multiplatform media company that celebrates stories of the American South through powerful journalism, bold photography, exquisite design, and finely curated retail and experiential journeys. The brand is anchored by its award-winning national magazine launched in 2007, Garden & Gun, which reports on the South’s sporting culture, food, music, art, literature, and its people and their ideas. The coveted audience of 1.6 million is further engaged through numerous New York Times best-selling books, Fieldshop by Garden & Gun retail experience, the Garden & Gun Club restaurants, and 75+ events each year.

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