Beverage Industry

Big Bottom Whiskey reflects on its heritage

October 16, 2012

 Big Bottom Whiskey changed the label of its American Straight Bourbon Whiskey and Port Cask Finish bourbon whiskey to better represent the company’s nativebig state and namesake — an old forest located in Clackamas County, Ore., the company says. The front label shows Douglas Fir trees from Big Bottom, representing the new generation of spirit producers in Oregon, and a white-tailed deer from North Carolina, symbolizing the brand’s founder, Ted Pappas, who was born and raised in North Carolina. Big Bottom Whiskeys retail between $29.95 and $34.95 and are sold in Oregon, Washington, California, Tennessee, Georgia and Nevada.