The Rickhouse

Rickhouses are primarily made of wood, brick, stone or metal and constructed to be about seven stories high. In the U.S., a warehouse used for storing barrels of aging whiskey. Barrels are stored on ricks, stacked several high. The materials that the building is constructed from, as well as the location of the barrel in the building, can affect the maturation process.
As long as bourbon is barreled correctly, aging really has no requirement for how long or less. It can go for any amount of time. But, there are two exceptions to this – straight bourbon whiskey has to be aged for a minimum of two years, and bottled-in-bond must be aged for at least four years.

Aged Barrels

Part Number

Rye Bourbon Barrels
Rye Bourbon Barrels
Rye Bourbon Barrels
Rye Bourbon Barrels
Rye Bourbon Barrels
Rye Bourbon Barrels

Description

New Barrel
New Barrel
New Barrel
New Barrel
New Barrel
New Barrel

Location

D-F4-27-B
A-F2-59-C
A-F4-24-A
A-F4-01-C
G-F3-38-C
G-F1-43-C

Lot

18K07
18L05
18L05
18L05
19A01
19A01

Quantity

8.00
11.00
23.00
1.00
30.00
5.00

Fill Date

November 18, 2018
December 05, 2018
December 05, 2018
December 05, 2018
January 01, 2019
January 01, 2019

New Fills

Part Number

Distillery B1
Distillery G2
Distillery K3

Description

New Fill
New Fill
New Fill

Location

KY
KY
KY

Lot

TBD
TBD
TBD

Quantity

350
300
325

Fill Date

Q1 2022
Q1 2022
Q1 2022