Clyde May lived outside the law and the bourbon belt. He was a moonshiner by trade but a craftsman by heart. Using copper stills, fresh Alabama spring water and the finest local grains, he vowed to make the best darn whiskey Alabama had ever tasted. While others sold their moonshine straight, he aged small batches in charred oak barrels and experimented until he created his own unique finish—Alabama Style.
Over 70 years ago, in an illegal still tucked away in the Conecuh Ridge in Alabama, Clyde May created his first batch of craft whiskey. Clyde eventually paid the price for his passion—eight months in federal penitentiary. But that didn't stop him from setting up a new still the day he was released.
Volume: 750 ML
Category: American Whiskey
Distillery: Clyde May's
Region: United States