Pride of Indiana Straight American Whiskey|
Today at 2 PM EST we will release the Pride of Indiana Straight American Whiskey. This is the last release in the Maryland Heritage Series! As most of you already know, these sell out extremely fast. This is the lowest bottle count in the re-release. Because of that we've added 1 bottle per person limit. Please see the details below on how the release will work later today.
- Inventory will not be added to the product page until 2 PM EST. You can monitor the Maryland Heritage Series page or the Pride of Indiana page below for easy access to the bottle. We will NOT send out a second email announcing the release at 2 PM EST.
- Make sure you're signed in to your Seelbach's account and add any other bottles you'd like to include. Might as well save on shipping. Plus, this will help with a faster checkout.
- If you're purchasing on the Seelbach's app, make sure to close out and reopen right at 2 PM. The app needs to refresh product inventory and will not do so automatically.
- If you're in Maryland there will be a release today at Allview Liquors and Drug City Pharmacy and Liquors as well. We're excited for another great release and can't wait for this one to go live!
Maryland Heritage Series Pride of Indiana Straight American Whiskey
About: What started as parody quickly became one of my favorite releases. The Maryland Heritage team has taken some criticism because their whiskey is sourced from Indiana. They've created some incredible blends and are always transparent. But, the source and name disconnect is too much for some to ignore. We decided it would be funny to find a label that leaned into this difference. That's when we stumbled across "Pride of Indiana". This seemed like the perfect label!
After that, the MD Heritage team started to work on a bourbon blend. After dozens of blends there was something still missing. I was able to track down a source with high proof American Light Whiskey. This high proof, butterscotch bomb sent this blend over the top. It's a complex structure of sweet aged oak.