Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Celebrates National Distribution Of Charred Moonshine By Giving Away A Harley-Davidson® Street Bob®


Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine Celebrates National Distribution Of Charred Moonshine By Giving Away A Harley-Davidson® Street Bob®

GATLINBURG, Tenn., April 3, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine is rolling out its hard smoked blend, Ole Smoky Harley-Davidson Road House CustomsTM Charred Moonshine® to all 50 states in the U.S. First released in 2014, this 103 proof moonshine gives fans a full-throttle whiskey experience. In celebration of this national release, Ole Smoky is launching a motorcycle sweepstakes through June 30, 2015. Fans can enter online at OleSmoky.com/Harley to win the grand prize – a Harley-Davidson Street Bobmotorcycle, and great secondary prizes like Craftsman Tool Chests and other Ole Smoky Moonshine gear. 

“Partnering with a brand like Harley-Davidson is a great fit for our brand and the fans. Harley-Davidson and Ole Smoky are true American brands that value good people, good times, good conversation and camaraderie,” said Ole Smoky co-Founder Joe Baker.

Ole Smoky Harley-Davidson Road House Customs™ Charred Moonshine® is fine mountain whiskey- hand crafted, smooth, slowly aged in barrels and bottled at 103 proof in Ole Smoky’s traditional mason jars. Charring moonshine has been a tradition in Tennessee for as long as moonshine has been around. 

Ole Smoky and Harley-Davidson began working together in 2014, and this year will continue to be punctuated by events and limited edition co-branded Ole Smoky Moonshine offerings. Both brands share common ideals of independence, adventure and a strong history of Americana, making this a natural and exciting evolution. Harley-Davidson Road House™ Customs Charred Moonshine pays homage to the bond among riders and their end-of-ride revelries at distant roadside destinations where bikes are parked and friends are gathered. Always remember to Shine Responsibly®. 

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Sweepstakes Rules:
The Ole Smoky Harley-Davidson Street Bob Sweepstakes:  No purchase necessary to enter or win.  Void where prohibited or restricted by law. Open only to persons who are legal residents of the fifty (50) United States, the District of Columbia who are 21 years of age or older at the time of entry. Starts 3/1/15 at 9:00:00 am ET and ends 6/30/15 at 11:59:59 pm ET. Subject to full Official Rules, available at: www.olesmoky.com/Harley. Sponsor: Ole Smoky Distillery, LLC, 236 E Main St., #136, Sevierville, TN 37862.

About Ole Smoky® Tennessee Moonshine
Currently, Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine nationally retails thirteen flavors of moonshine made using authentic East Tennessee recipes, jarred and shipped directly from the company’s famed Gatlinburg distillery The Holler™ and new location, the Ole Smoky Barn at The Island in Pigeon Forge. Original Moonshine (100 proof), White Lightnin’™ (100 proof), Lightnin’ Line (80 proof): Strawberry Lightnin’, Lemon Drop Lightnin’ and Hunch Punch Lightnin’™,  and the 40 proof line including: Moonshine Cherries™ (50 proof), Peach Moonshine™, Apple Pie Moonshine™, Blackberry Moonshine™, Pineapple Moonshine, Watermelon Moonshine, Sweet Tea Moonshine and Charred Moonshine™ are available selectively in all 50 states and Canada.  Ole Smoky Tennessee Moonshine can be found at local retailers and is sampled and sold at some of the biggest music and sporting events in the country.  True to its roots, each Ole Smoky Moonshine flavor is born from the hand-crafted recipes of the Tennessee families who have been filling moonshine jars and jugs in the Smoky Mountains for over a century. For more information about the brand, please visit www.olesmoky.com. Find them on social media:  Facebook.com/olesmoky, Twitter.com/olesmoky, Instagram.com/olesmoky.

Morning Report, Wednesday, August 20th, 2014


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News: Bourbon Production Reaches High Point Since ’70s. In a business where patience is part of the process, Kentucky bourbon makers are making a big bet by stashing away their largest stockpiles in more than a generation. To put it in bartenders’ lingo: Distillers are putting up the tab for millions of rounds of bourbon years before they are even ordered. The production poses an inherent risk, but hitting the moment right — a big supply meshing with big demand — could mean a serious payday for companies big and small. Full article here.


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Bourbon & Oak will be relocating beginning on August 1st, 2014. In addition to this relocation, we will also be undergoing some general site maintenance and updates. We are looking forward to picking up right where we left off as soon as we return. Thank you in advance for your support on this and we look forward to seeing you soon. Cheers everyone!

-Bourbon & Oak

More Pappy Van Winkle In the Near Future

Julian Van Winkle says they are putting away a lot more bourbon now and in a few years should have a lot more available to sell. They have no plans to extend the line or change their formula, though. “We are sticking with these ages,” Van Winkle said. “Nothing’s going to change except more production.” This is great news for the fans of the bourbon, since it is very difficult to get your hands on a bottle. Click here to read the full article.

Diageo Announces Restoration Project

Diageo announced plans to invest an initial $2 million to develop a visitor center at the historic Stitzel-Wetzel distillery. The company is planning a  renovation of the original administrative building to bring to life the history of the Stitzel-Weller Distillery. The Visitor Center will feature multiple brands from Diageo’s evolving craft whiskey portfolio, including Orphan Barrel whiskeys, Barterhouse and Old Blowhard, which we featured on our site last week. Diageo will begin this project immediately and hopes to complete the first phase in time for the Derby this May.