Ironclad Bourbon is made from local Virginia corn, wheat and rye, along with malted barley, and aged in new, American-oak charred barrels. It is characterized by the brackish air from the James River, balanced with the sweet caramelized oak sap from small barrels. Each batch is double distilled in six 26-gallon stainless steel stills and generally aged for two summers. The result? A sweet opening and a dry spice pop that’s ideal in a glass on its own and works great in cocktails.