Peg Leg Porker Spirits

Peg Leg Porker Bourbon is the signature bourbon from Award Winning Pitmaster, Carey Bringle.

Having a deep love for bourbon, and appreciation for the fact that bourbon and BBQ pair together so well, Carey Bringle is the first Pitmaster in the US to start his own bourbon brand.

Peg Leg Porker 8 year old was first released in 2015, and quickly gained popularity across the state of Tennessee. It was awarded the prestigious Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits competition the first year of it's release.

Peg Leg Porker 12 year old was released in April of 2017, and quickly garnered an almost cult like following. It was awarded the prestigious Double Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition. Only 136 six pack cases were released, and they quickly sold out. This expression will be released in allocation on a yearly basis as long as supply is available.

Signature Series
4-6 Year
8 Year
8 Year Rye
12 Year
15 Year
Featured Cocktails
Pork & Stormy

1.5 oz Peg Leg Porker Bourbon

1.5 oz Barritt's Ginger Beer

Fill with ice

Add a Wedge of Lime
Charleston Ginger Tea

2 oz Peg Leg Porker Bourbon

2 oz Sweet tea

2 oz Barritt's Ginger Beer

Fill with ice

Garnish with a mint leaf
Whiskey Sour:

2 oz PLP Bourbon

3/4 oz Lemon Juice

1/2 oz Simple Syrup Cherry Garnish

Combine bourbon, lemon juice, and simple syrup in a cocktail shaker.

Fill shaker with ice, cover, and shake until cold

Pour into glass and garnish with cherriesĀ 
Mint Julep:

1/2 oz Simple Syrup

2 oz Bourbon

Mint Leaves

Stir

Garnish with mintĀ 
Old fashion:

1/2 oz Simple Syrup

8 Dashes of Bitters

2 oz PLP Bourbon

Orange Peel Garnish

Add the simple syrup and bitters into a rocks glass, and stir until mixed.

Fill the glass with ice, add the bourbon, and stir until chilled.

Rim glass with orange peel - add to glass
Award Winning
Where To Find
  • Tennessee
  • Georgia
  • Kentucky
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Louisiana
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Oklahoma
  • Kansas
  • Tennessee
  • Georgia
  • Kentucky
  • South Carolina
  • North Carolina
  • Louisiana
  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Oklahoma
  • Kansas