The Great Comeback
The Famous Old Brand's Triumphant Return
Chicken Cock Whiskey has been resurrected, because good spirits never go out of style. With a rich 160-year-old history and a splash of modernization, the products we’ve created are an unsurpassable collection of heritage whiskies.
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Chicken Cock was originally established in 1856 out of Paris, Kentucky. It wasn’t until years later during prohibition, however, that Chicken Cock became popular as the house whiskey of the Cotton Club, one of the most legendary prohibition speakeasies. Because the brand survived through America’s prohibition, they still know how to make whiskey as they did in the good old days.
The new Chicken Cock Ryeteous Blonde rye whiskey, according to those behind it, was finished in Chicken Cock Kentucky Straight Bourbon barrels that were used by Goodwood to age their blonde ale. Once the ale had completed its finishing process in the Chicken Cock Bourbon barrels and the beer removed for consumption, the barrels were then shipped back to the distillery and refilled with the rye whiskey.
The new Chicken Cock Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey, according to those behind it, It was 100% distilled, aged, and bottled in the Bluegrass State, and has a mash bill that includes 95% rye whiskey. It is also non-chill filtered and bottled at 90 proof (45% ABV).