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Bucked Up Bourbon debuts at Moonshine Bandits, California Cowboy Whiskey

California Cowboy Whiskey and Moonshine Bandits recently announced that they are joining forces to launch Bucked Up Bourbon.

This neat bourbon is described by the brands as “smooth in taste and behaves with the same maturity and balance as an aged veteran spirit, but still has the kick and flavor of an out-of-the-ordinary whiskey. law”.

“Over the years we’ve consumed thousands of gallons of whiskey at every dive bar, lounge and biker festival across America, but it wasn’t until we tasted California Cowboy’s whiskeys that we felt there was a bourbon worthy of the MSB brand. Moonshine Bandits’ Big Tex said in a prepared statement.

Bucked Up Bourbon (image via California Cowboy Whiskey)

Jeff Szafarski of California Cowboy Whiskey said, “We at California Cowboy Whiskey have collaborated with many great people over the years, but we couldn’t be more excited to be working with Moonshine Bandits. Driven by our shared love of whiskey and good times, we’ve created something truly special with Bucked Up.

Bucked Up Bourbon is noted as having a higher corn content than the flagship Cowboy. With a mash bill of 83% corn, 14% rye, 3% barley, it’s distilled in Indiana and bottled at 80 proof/40% ABV. It costs around $29.

California Cowboy Whiskey, for those unfamiliar, is normally aged for a minimum of two years in recently charred American oak barrels with no added flavors or colorings. This is a sourced brand that, in part, supports the Wild Horse Sanctuary in Shingletown, California, which has been rescuing unwanted wild horses since 1978.

Moonshine Bandits are a national touring band with over 200,000,000 views on YouTube and Billboard country albums that debuted atop the iTunes and Amazon charts.