Booker’s Second Batch For 2022 In Circulation, Continues Older Trend

Booker’s second round for this year is entering circulation, dubbed “The Lumberyard Batch.” This title directs attention to what Booker Noe was doing prior to entering the bourbon trade: working in a lumberyard.

This continues a trend this year of Booker’s batches being older than has been the case in recent years. From its origins three decades ago, Booker’s has been described as a small batch, cask strength bourbon aged for 6 to 8 years, but lately that has leaned closer to 6 than to 8. The first installment of 2022 was aged just short of 7 years, while this installment is aged 7 years, 1 month and 7 days. So, that is two in a row sitting in the middle of that 6 to 8 year range.

Lumberyard Batch also came out at 124.8 proof. The price point is still $89.99.

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