The second release of the Booker’s® 2020 Collection is Booker’s® Batch 2020-02 “Boston Batch.” This batch is named after the production site where my father, Booker Noe, first started his distilling career.
The distillery, newly renamed the Booker Noe Distillery, is located in the small community of Boston, KY, and was purchased by the James B. Beam Distilling Co. in the early 1950’s as a second distilling location to increase production capability at the time. Because Boston was removed from the day-to-day of our flagship Clermont, KY distillery, Dad was able to experiment with whiskey a bit more and truly master his craft and style as a distiller there. Some may say this is where he found his love of experimentation.
If you ever wanted to find my Dad, Boston is where he’d be. That plant was his life for more than 40 years. He hired a bunch of folks from the Boston area and made it like one big family over there. Mom always said the Boston distillery was Dad’s first baby and I was his second.
I hope this latest batch of Booker’s finds you in good spirits and that you enjoy it.”
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