Two New from Rebel Yell – Root Beer and Ginger

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Rebel Yell® Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey has added two new flavors to its current family lineup. Rebel Yell Ginger Whiskey and Rebel Yell Root Beer Whiskey, both bottled at 70 proof, will be available nationwide in April. These new flavors join the recently updated Rebel Yell family of corked 750ml bottles made of thicker glass, reinforcing the independent, rebellious spirit of the brand.

Rebel Yell Ginger Whiskey combines the smooth taste of Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey with natural ginger for a refreshing and spicy finish – a great option for mule cocktails or to add a zesty twist. For a creamier flavor, Rebel Yell Root Beer Whiskey combines the great taste of Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey with natural root beer flavor for a rich, velvety taste with a touch of spice.

Award-winning Rebel Yell Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey dates back to 1849 and is known for its smooth-sipping, softer taste, offering hints of honey and butter followed by a warm finish with a touch of spiciness.

The brand is also revamping its loyalty program, Band of Rebels, which is a fellowship of the most loyal Rebel Yell fans and supporters. The program will offer more engagement with members, an updated welcome kit, exclusive member e-newsletters as well as great gifts and gear. Fans can sign up at http://www.bandofrebels.com.

For more information about Rebel Yell and its new products, please visit http://www.rebelyellbourbon.com or http://www.facebook.com/RebelYellBourbon.

Suggested Recipes for Rebel Yell Ginger Whiskey and Rebel Yell Root Beer Whiskey:

Root Beer Float

2 oz. Rebel Yell Root Beer Whiskey

1.5 oz. Saint Brendan’s Irish Cream

Pour over ice in a cocktail shaker, shake and strain into a chilled root beer mug. Top with whipped cream.

Ginger Julep

2 oz. Rebel Yell Ginger Whiskey

1 oz. Simple Syrup

5 Sprigs of Fresh Mint

Muddle fresh mint at the bottom of the glass. Build the drink by adding crushed ice, Rebel Yell Ginger, and simple syrup. Stir drink until frosty cold and garnish with more mint.

 

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