Does High West still make Yippee Ki-Yay?

Does High West still make Yippee Ki-Yay?

High West Whiskey has announced the discontinuation of Yippee Ki-Yay as part of an effort to reevaluate and refocus their portfolio.

What does Yippee io ki-yay mean?

An expression of joy
An expression of joy. An exclamation used to startle or frighten an opponent.

How many batches of Yippee Ki-Yay?

ODE TO YIPPEE KI-YAY It was a tough decision but due to a shift in focusing our portfolio, Yippee Ki-Yay has been discontinued. There were only 29,646 bottles ever produced so if you get the chance to snag one – be sure to rejoice in your good fortune.

What High West Whiskey is being discontinued?

Discontinued releases include Yippee Ki-Yay, a blend of 2 year old High West rye whiskey and 16 year old sourced rye whiskey finished in used vermouth and syrah French oak barrels. Launched in 2015, only less than 30,000 bottles were ever produced. High West announced its discontinuation in July 2020.

How much is Yippee Ki Yay bourbon?

about $80 for
Tasting Notes: High West Yippee Ki-Yay (2019) Vital Stats: A blend of straight rye whiskies. Aged for 2-16 years in new, charred, white American oak barrels; then finished off in French oak barrels that were previously used for vermouth and Syrah wine. Priced at about $80 for a 750 ml bottle.

What whiskey is made in Utah?

Sugar House Distillery: Located in Salt Lake City, Sugar House makes small-batch Bourbon, rye and an American Single Malt using local Utah grain. “[Its] whiskey is the closest thing we have to a truly terroir-driven whiskey,” says Neves.

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Who owns High West Whiskey?

Constellation BrandsHigh West Distillery / Parent organization

What movie is Yippee Ki Yay from?

Die HardYippee Ki-Yay / Movie

Who owns High West whiskey?

Who said Yippee io ki yay?

Twenty-five years ago this week, the action movie Die Hard opened and Bruce Willis uttered that famous line.

Is High West whiskey sourced?

High West gets much of the whiskey it blends from about a half a dozen other distilleries (whether via brokers or personal relationships), the majority of which comes from Midwest Grain Products (MGP), the former Seagram distillery in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, purchased by MGP Ingredients in 2011.