Rebuilding Together Indianapolis Launches Rare Bourbon Auction to Raise Funds for Home Repairs
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is launching an online auction of four different rare bottles of bourbon, with 100% of the proceeds going towards our efforts to provide critical home repairs for our Indianapolis neighbors in need. We are grateful for the generous support of Buffalo Trace Distillery and their commitment to supporting meaningful work in our community.
To learn more and place a bid, please visit the online auction site.
Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is 501(c)(3) organization, and all winning bids are tax-deductible. All bottles must be picked-up in Indianapolis by the winning bidder. Bidding will begin on Oct. 3, and the auction ends on Oct. 16.
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E.H. Taylor, Jr. 18 Year Marriage - 100 Proof Known as the founding father of the modern bourbon industry, Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. was committed to making unparalleled bourbon through his steadfast attention to detail and passion for innovation. His constant drive for perfection revolutionized the industry, with many of his techniques till in use today. This unique bourbon combines barrels from three signature mashbills that matured for 18 years, including two different rye bourbon mashbills and our wheated bourbon mashbill. The marriage of bourbon mashbills gives this magnificent whiskey a nose of vanilla butter cake, a rich palate of caramel and cinnamon, a long finish of toasted oak, cinnamon, and a hint of spearmint. A true testament to Taylor’s pursuit of perfection and his dedication to push the boundaries of making whiskey, this bourbon would have made its namesake proud.
Colonel E.H. Taylor Jr. Barrel Proof Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey - 125+ Proof Crafted from hand-selected barrels, this bourbon is bottled directly from the barrel, uncut and unfiltered at more than 125 proof. It reflects the way whiskey was produced in the days before Prohibition, when Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. was the owner of Buffalo Trace Distillery. Drawn from barrels aged in warehouses constructed over a century ago under Taylor’s watchful eye, the taste is smooth, yet powerful and uncompromising, just like its namesake.
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Four Grain Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey - 100 Proof As the United States was recovering from the American Civil War in 1865, Col. Edmund Haynes Taylor, Jr. was ready to embark on a new business venture, having profited from the trading of grains such as corn during the war. Taylor purchased a small distillery on the banks of the Kentucky River with a vision of producing top quality whiskey distinguished from all others of that time. Taylor knew exceptional whisky could only be crafted by using the finest ingredients, and his time selling grains during the war taught him that grains often varied tremendously from different farmers and harvests. This special edition Four Grain bourbon is crafted just as Taylor would have wanted. Using the highest quality grains and a distinct combination of corn, rye, wheat, and malted barley, to create a flavor that is sweet with hints of caramel and vanilla, yet spicy with notes of clover and pepper. After twelve years of aging, this impeccably balanced bourbon embodies the character of the man that would expect no less.
E.H. Taylor, Jr. Amaranth Grain of the Gods Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey - 100 Proof In the nineteenth century, bourbon aristocrat Colonel Edmund Hayes Taylor, Jr. exuded a passion for producing the finest whiskey in the world. This bourbon honors Taylor’s enduring spirit of innovation and commitment to exceptional whiskey by introducing Amaranth as the flavoring grain. Amaranth was originally cultivated by the Aztecs and is known as “Grain of the Gods.” This ancient grain is similar to wheat, but offers a complex taste with subtle flavors ranging from a nose of butterscotch and spearmint, to a finish of pecans and dark berries. Amaranth roughly translates to “never fading,” just like the legacy of Colonel Taylor, the founding father of the modern bourbon industry.
About Rebuilding Together Indianapolis
For more than 20 years, Rebuilding Together Indianapolis has been providing repairs—both small and large—in some of Indy’s most vulnerable communities. Rebuilding Together Indianapolis helps people who own their own home but, because of physical limitations or low income, are struggling to cover the costs of home repairs. Each April—known as National Rebuilding Month—the Indiana Union Construction Industry, its contractors, and community volunteers come together to provide more than half a million dollars’ worth of home repairs. The work allows homeowners, particularly the elderly, people with disabilities, and families with children, to continue living in warmth, safety, and independence. In addition, with the help of sponsorships and grants, Rebuilding Together Indianapolis partners with community groups and companies to complete projects throughout the year. Rebuilding Together Indianapolis is an affiliate of Rebuilding Together, a leading national nonprofit organization with a mission of “repairing homes, revitalizing communities, rebuilding lives.” Learn more and get involved at https://www.rebuildingtogetherindy.org.
About Buffalo Trace Distillery
Standing today as the oldest continuously operating Distillery in America, Buffalo Trace Distillery has been making whisky for more than 200 years. Designated as a National Historic Landmark, Buffalo Trace is the most award-winning Distillery in the world, garnering more than 1,000 awards for its wide range of premium whiskies. As an American family-owned company based in Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky, the Distillery is fully operational and dedicated to preserving the rich history and rugged authenticity that founded the Distillery, while always striving to create the world’s most perfect bourbon ever made through innovative experimentation.