A truly original bourbon, complements of a truly original bootlegger.
George Remus Bourbon captures the rebellious spirit of the Prohibition era with a hint of vanilla, a maple aroma and a sweet-yet-characteristic rye flavor.
Saying George Remus was just a bootlegger is like saying Hemingway was just a writer. In the 1920s, if baseball had Ruth, bourbon had Remus.
But this King George didn't reside in England, he was a son of Cincinnati. Starting as an apothecary, he soon found a loophole or two in the Volstead Act to craft bourbon for "medicinal purposes."
Knowing a great opportunity when he saw it, and a great bourbon when he created it, he began his Prohibition empire. And while he respected the Volstead Act, to King George, it was but a mere suggestion.