35 years now has St. George Spirits out of California been at the forefront of the craft distillery movement in the United States. As one of the oldest of its kind out there, it has a lot to celebrate in a time when artisan spirits in general, and whiskey specifically, are going through a renaissance. It is with great interest therefore that they’ve unveiled the very limited edition St. George 35th Anniversary Single Malt Whiskey.
The St. George 35th Anniversary Single Malt Whiskey, according to the distillery, does not contain whiskey which is 35 years of age. Rather, it is comprised of “eight of the most venerable barrels in the St. George single malt library, ranging 6–18 years old.” This includes whiskey laid down back in 1997 as the fourth barrel of St. George Single Malt Whiskey ever to be filled. This unique single malt follows on the heels of
Lot 17 of their yearly single malt release.