The Story of Jacob's Well
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RELEASE NO.1

Jacob's Well

Not just a blend of ultra aged high-corn and high-rye mashbills.
An homage to the pioneering spirit that began the Beam legacy.

I. COLOR

Rich amber with burgundy highlights

III. palate

Forward oak and char married with stone fruits

II. nose

Sweet vanilla and caramel with hints of rich oak

IV. FINISH

Smooth with lingering notes of vanilla and brown sweets
RELEASE NO.1

Jacob's Well

Not just a blend of ultra aged high-corn and high-rye mashbills. An homage to the pioneering spirit that began the Beam legacy.

I. COLOR

Rich amber with burgundy highlights

II. NOSE

Sweet vanilla and caramel with hints of rich oak

III. PALATE

Forward oak and char married with stone fruits

IV. FINISH

Smooth with lingering notes of vanilla and brown sweets
The Story of Jacob's Well
An homage to an icon
Jacob Beam. The forefather of America’s first family of bourbon. The foundations he laid down at Hardin’s Creek became the legacy that still bears his name today. Jacob’s Well is a tribute to those humble beginnings - and everything the Beam name has become since.
The Story of Jacob's Well
The birthplace of beam
The foundations of the well Johannes Jacob Beam built in 1795 still stand today. Just like the legacy he launched. From that well came the water to grow his corn - and to distill it into the spirit that would bear his name for centuries to come.
The Story of Jacob's Well
A Tapestry of expertise
& experience
Since those humble beginnings, each distiller has taken a turn building on the foundations laid by their forebears before bestowing that honor upon the next generation. A legacy that belongs not to the individual, but to all who have had a hand in making it. More than just a family’s story - the story of American Whiskey.
The Story of Jacob's Well
be a part of our legacy
Jacob’s Well is the ultimate expression of our family tradition - blending centuries of distilling expertise with our vision for the future. Old whiskeys passing through new hands. And now to yours.
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