SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP) — An Iowa-based whiskey company has shot to success since becoming a licensed brand eight years ago.
Sioux City television station KTIV reports (http://bit.ly/1gWNHyF ) that Templeton Rye whiskey became an officially licensed brand on Christmas Eve of 2005. The company, based in the small town of Templeton, has gained national recognition since then and is now shipping bottles to 40 states.
Templeton Rye whiskey was first made during prohibition in the 1920s and has been produced since then, but was never a legal brand.
Company president Scott Bush is a great-nephew of some of the original producers of the whiskey. He says he wanted to preserve a piece of history.
Information from: KTIV-TV, http://www.ktiv.com