The Bourbon’s: Heaven Hill Bourbon, Evan Williams Bourbon & Elijac Craig Bourbon
Heaven Hill Distilleries, Inc. was originally established as a Bourbon distiller in 1934. Today, the world’s second largest holding of aging Kentucky Bourbon sleeps peacefully in the 51 open rickhouses, situated throughout Kentucky in the heart of Bourbon Country.
By law, Bourbon must be made up of at least 51% corn and aged in new charred white oak barrels, standards that were pioneered by early Bourbon makers such as Evan Williams and Rev. Elijah Craig. Today the brands are named after these early Kentucky
whiskeyproducers, exceed these standards and offer unique attributes of age, proof and heritage in an astonishing range of traditional, small batch, single barrel, ryebased and wheated whiskeys. All are produced under the watchful eye of the father and son master
distillers Parker and Craig Beam, the sixth and seventh generation of a famed Bourbon-making family.