The Resurrection of Cedar Brook: “The World’s Choice” for Bourbon

The year is 1844, and tucked away along the winding banks of a creek in Lawrenceburg, Kentucky, William Harrison (W.H.) McBrayer has just established his first distillery–RD #44.

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The Story Behind the First Batch of W.H. McBrayer Kentucky Bourbon

Almost a decade ago, W.G. (Bill) McBrayer IV learned about a long-lost, distant family member: a judge and well-respected Bourbon distiller who lived in Anderson County, Kentucky in the 1800s.

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Why the McBrayer family decided to resurrect a 150-year-old Bourbon recipe

Our legacy is one that’s been in the making for 175 years. But what if we told you that resurrecting one of W.H. McBrayer’s iconic mash bills was entirely up to chance?

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