The Distiller's grandfather lost his finger making a whiskey barrel. He traded his motorcycle to bootleggers for a rifle. And after World War II, he began his career as a butcher in Detroit’s Eastern Market next to the slaughterhouse that John P. Jerome transformed into his distillery. To honor his life and legacy, John created Butcher’s Cut Bourbon using the finest cuts of corn, rye and roasted barley that he double barrel aged with hand-smoked Michigan northern oak. The result is a bourbon that is timeless and true with exceptional character, just like the man that inspired it.