White Label Moonshine
Aged Black Label
Prohibition Era Recipe
While the Ladies really love this Red Label Reserve Rye Spirit, the gentlemen find this a great addition to sitting down and “talking business”. The smooth texture and the wafting aroma of caramel will put anyone in a haven of relaxation and happiness.
Prohibition Era Recipe Red Rye – 100% all Natural Iowa Legendary Rye is a limited release by Bad Bear Enterprises. This Rye sets the standard Iowa Legendary Rye, in our very own used level 5 charred oak barrels.
Price: 48.99 In Stock
Reserve A Barrel
Private Reserve Rye, Twice Barreled
Reserved Smooth Flavor
Taste Fruit-Heavy, Vanilla, Caramel
Aroma Sweet Aroma, Fruit Notes
Double Barreled Rye Private Reserve
Award Winning Red Rye
Due to this process, it has many of the same notes and undertones as the Aged Rye. This Rye is sure to please rye lovers. Iowa Legendary Rye is handmade, hand-bottled, and hand-labeled in Carroll County, Iowa.
Iowa Legendary Rye only uses ingredients from Carroll and Crawford counties to stay true to this wonderful prohibition era rye.
Awards & Ratings
2019 Proof Awards — Gold
2018 TheFiftyBest.com — Silver
A truly legendary rye
Our Private Reserve
We use no sugar, colorants, or flavorings here—our only ingredients are rye grain & water it’s so easy you’ll never believe the value!
Size 750 ML
Proof 80 (40% ABV)
Origin United States
Distillery Iowa Legendary Rye
Appearance | Aroma | Taste | Finish
Handmade, hand-bottled and hand-labeled while keeping with our families tradition in Carroll County, Iowa. Bringing that smell of freshly baked rye at our distillery daily. Just like our grandmother used to make it.
Appearance Rich Caramel
Aroma Sweet aroma with fruit notes
Taste Fruit-heavy theme with hints of vanilla and caramel
Finish Lingering earthy tones with notes of root vegetables.
Our Red Label Reserved Rye Story
This second barreling allows the rye to mature an even deeper level of taste. Adding a Fruit-heavy theme with hints of vanilla and caramel, creating a truly authentic prohibition-era rye.