Templeton Rye Bootlegger's Journal

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  • Give the Gift of Templeton Rye

    Give the Gift of Templeton Rye

    December 28, 2016

    The holidays may be over, but it’s never too late to find the perfect presents for your friends and family. At Templeton Rye we have great gifts for sale all year-round. In-store and online we offer Templeton themed products that are guaranteed to put a smile on any Bootlegger’s face no matter the season.

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  • Punch up the holidays with Templeton Rye

    Punch up the holidays with Templeton Rye

    December 01, 2016

    Holiday season is fast approaching and with friends and family coming together, you’ll need a tasty drink that everyone will enjoy. That’s where Templeton Rye’s Manhattan Punch comes in. It’s easy to make and delicious to drink.

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  • The Friendly Faces of Templeton Rye

    The Friendly Faces of Templeton Rye

    November 04, 2016

    We’ll tell anyone who will listen that it’s the people who make The Good Stuff great. Dori Rotert is living proof of that. She’s a ten-year veteran of Templeton Rye, who has been a part of the team since the beginning.

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  • Take your Tour of Templeton Rye

    Take your Tour of Templeton Rye

    October 07, 2016

    Ask anyone and they’ll tell you that the people and the strong community spirit of Templeton, Iowa, live at the heart of The Good Stuff brand. From the shops on Main Street to our facility on Rye Ave, Templeton is the place we call home. So if you want to see firsthand how our whiskey comes to life, this is the place for you.

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  • Ryes and Shine!

    Ryes and Shine!

    October 05, 2016

    In honor of National Coffee Day Templeton Rye created a recipe guaranteed to put pep in your step and a smile on your face. Combine your love for coffee and whiskey with this delicious celebration of our two favorite drinks. Introducing the "Ryes and Shine."

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Based on the prohibition era Kerkhoff recipe.