August 20, 2015

Outtakes: Missouri Bourbon

Our August 19, 2015, feature story got to the bottom of the real reason for the bourbon shortage and how it's affecting area distillers. We had so many great photos from Steve Truesdell that we just couldn't fit them all in. Click through for more.

Photos by Steve Truesdell stevetruesdellphotography.com
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White oak barrels.
White oak barrels.
EH Taylor cured-oak bourbon.
EH Taylor cured-oak bourbon.
Whiskeys and bourbon.
Whiskeys and bourbon.
Bourbon.
Bourbon.
Whiskeys and bourbons.
Whiskeys and bourbons.
Bourbon.
Bourbon.
Four Roses bourbon.
Four Roses bourbon.
Bourbon and whiskey.
Bourbon and whiskey.
Oak barrels.
Oak barrels.
By definition, bourbon is at least 51 percent corn and must spend two years in new American oak.
By definition, bourbon is at least 51 percent corn and must spend two years in new American oak.