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Clyde May's Whiskey

Bottle Size: 750ml Item #: 1780410
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Clyde May's Whiskey 750ml

Clyde May's Whiskey

Clyde May’s Whiskey, named after the legendary Alabama moonshiner, is made using a mash bill consisting of corn, rye and malted barley. It is then aged in new caramel-charred white oak barrels creating an intricately crafted spirit meant to be sipped and savored.

Just a few years ago only a select few could taste the smooth, mellow whiskey made by Clyde May in South Alabama. Take just one sip and you'll understand why folks from miles around risked a brush with the law for a bottle of Mr. Clyde's legendary bourbon mash whiskey. Using a recipe passed down for generations, Conecuh Ridge is made with the purest spring water and the best whole grains. Aged to perfection in caramel- charred white oak barrels, Clyde May's fine whiskey is now available, legally, for your enjoyment.

42.5% abv

After serving in World War II, Clyde returned to Alabama to farm his land and raise a family. Though Clyde reared eight children, his farming endeavors were not as successful. Following in the well-worn footsteps of many before him, he turned to the illegal trade of whiskey-making, or "branch-farming" as he liked to call it, to help supplement his income.May sold much of his whiskey unaged, right from the still, but some he put down in barrels. He spent a large portion of his life perfecting the art of small batch whiskey-making and continued to experiment with different methods until he finally developed what came to be known as "Mr. Clyde's Special Reserve."

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Clyde May's Whiskey
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
Clyde May’s Whiskey, named after the legendary Alabama moonshiner, is made using a mash bill consisting of corn, rye and malted barley. It is then aged in new caramel-charred white oak barrels creating an intricately crafted spirit meant to be sipped and savored.
 

Notes on the Clyde May's Whiskey 750ML

Tasting Notes Just a few years ago only a select few could taste the smooth, mellow whiskey made by Clyde May in South Alabama. Take just one sip and you'll understand why folks from miles around risked a brush with the law for a bottle of Mr. Clyde's legendary bourbon mash whiskey. Using a recipe passed down for generations, Conecuh Ridge is made with the purest spring water and the best whole grains. Aged to perfection in caramel- charred white oak barrels, Clyde May's fine whiskey is now available, legally, for your enjoyment.

Technical Notes 42.5% abv

Additional Notes After serving in World War II, Clyde returned to Alabama to farm his land and raise a family. Though Clyde reared eight children, his farming endeavors were not as successful. Following in the well-worn footsteps of many before him, he turned to the illegal trade of whiskey-making, or "branch-farming" as he liked to call it, to help supplement his income.May sold much of his whiskey unaged, right from the still, but some he put down in barrels. He spent a large portion of his life perfecting the art of small batch whiskey-making and continued to experiment with different methods until he finally developed what came to be known as "Mr. Clyde's Special Reserve."