THE REVIVAL OF A LEGENDARY SPIRIT
Kentucky Peerless Distilling Company began in Henderson, Kentucky under the leadership of an entrepreneur named Henry Kraver in 1889. Due to World War I and Prohibition, the distillery was forced to close and ceased the production of its famous whiskey. In 2015, the family namesake was revived by Kraver’s great-grandson Corky Taylor and his son Carson Taylor, 4th and 5th generation, in Louisville, Kentucky.
Henry Kraver, 1st Generation
Caleb Kilburn, Master Distiller
This process was repeated at the one-year, two-year, three-year, four-year, and five-year mark; creating bottles No. 3, No. 4, No. 5, No. 6, and No. 7 respectively. Through the seven bottle series, you will observe the color of the bourbon change and the flavors become more distinguished.
Each bottle will be hand signed by Master Distiller Caleb Kilburn. The well-known barrel artist, Jason Cohen, has created a one-of-a-kind display rack that showcases this distinguished collection. This rack will be signed by Master Distiller Caleb Kilburn, CEO and Fourth Generation Corky Taylor, and Fifth Generation Carson Taylor.
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Your collection will be stored at Kentucky Peerless until you or someone you designate is able pick up in person.
If you are interested in purchasing a Kentucky Peerless Series I Collection please fill out the form below and a team member will get in-touch with you.