A 100 YEAR OLD MASH RECIPE
BARREL-AGED TO PERFECTION

Paul Sutton Bourbon® is a handcrafted bourbon made from our family’s century old mash recipe. Distilled in a traditional 18-inch column still, it’s then meticulously aged in charred oak barrels to create a rich, sweet pour.

Created in batches of twelve and yielding just eighteen to twenty barrels a day, our bourbon sets the standard for handcrafted bourbon. Our Master Distiller carefully selects each barrel before bottling, labeling, and numbering by hand. Paul Sutton Bourbon® stands by only bottling Single Barrels.

We’re proud to use the highest quality of sustainable glass in our custom bottle. The words Family and Reserve are deeply carved into the sides of the bottle along with our family bourbon’s monogram. Seven consecutive cuts on the back of the bottle symbolize seven generations of passion, tradition and legacy®.

PRODUCTION
Distilled in small batches, Single Barrels bottled, hand labeled and numbered

MASH RECIPE
Corn, Rye & Malted Barley

BOTTLING STRENGTH
100 Proof (50% ABV)

COOPERAGE
Charred new American white oak barrels. Select, toasted with #4 char.

THE INCOMPARABLE TASTE
OF ALABAMA SWEET CORN

According to federal law, bourbon must be produced in the United States from a grain mixture consisting of at least 51% corn. Our family bourbon uses a bit more corn than required by law. We also use local, sweet Alabama corn grown and harvested by family owned and operated farms. We’ve stood by that tradition for a hundred years.

The sweet corn that gives Paul Sutton Bourbon® its distinctive taste of home comes from Annie Dee and her family at Dee River Ranch Farms in Aliceville, AL.

DEE RIVER RANCH