It's fascinating to see that its roots are in PA rye.
Stewart's is one of the brands of Maryland rye that disappeared with Prohibition.
Update: My previous post announcing the upcoming Beast Master Dusty Battle event between myself and and Josh Richholt showed a lot of pretty dusty bottle pics. We are really going to be pouring some amazing bottles.
But I didn't specify which bottles we would actually be pouring - so it's just hype. In brief, a Prohibition bottling of a Maryland rye, a 1950s bonded Beam, and a pair of glut era 1970s Bourbons: a Wild Turkey 101 8 year old, and National Distillers Bourbon De Luxe.
See, one of the roots of golfing mistakes is that tendency to swing hard. If you bring your feet together you will reduce your ability to swing hard.
A violent swing shows power, but power isn’t what wins the game. If you brace yourself, you are probably going to use too much effort. You also want to keep your center of gravity the same.
Carstair's White Seal became a blended American whiskey after WWII).
This particular bottle has a front label that is age stated as 11 years old.
Rosensteil's concentration warehouse was at Schenley PA, RD No.
On the back is that odd statement "Made prior to September 8th, 1917".