Proudly distilled and bottled by The Neeley Family Distillery/
In 1881, James Jett joined his three brothers Joseph, George, and Albert to establish a distillery located at the confluence of the Kentucky and Ohio Rivers near Carrollton, Kentucky. The Jett Brothers Distilling co. Mashed 248 bushels per day, yielding 20 full barrels of Kentucky Bourbon. Unfortunately, the Jett Brothers Distillery did not survive Prohibition. What remains of the original distillery is located about 10 miles from my current distillery, and as such much of the terroir influence that was found in the Jett Brothers Bourbon is also found in the taste profile of my bourbon.