Bourbon Barrel Aged Imperial Baltic Porter - American Outlaws series.
Barrel: Kentucky Straight Bourbon, 12 months (Russel’s Reserve)
If you’re old enough, you just may remember the American soft country rock band Poco. And if you really know your classics, you will remember their 1976 hit “Rose of Cimarron”, complete with strings, west coast harmonies and all. That song was about outlaw legend Rose Dunn. Born in 1875 in Oklahoma when it was just called The Indian Territory. Although her family background was a poor one, she managed to go to school in a convent. Her brothers were bad boys, that would later turn into minor outlaws, but from them she learned her riding, roping and shooting skills. Because she loved riding her horse across the sandbars of the Cimarron River, she was dubbed “The Rose of Cimarron.” When she was only 15 she got involved with George "Bittercreek" Newcomb. The gang that Newcomb ran with worshipped her due to her good looks and her calm and kind manner. For two years they robbed banks, stagecoaches, and trains. Rose supported her boyfriend’s outlaw life by going into town for supplies, as he was a wanted man and could not. On September 1, 1893, while several members of the gang were drinking in a saloon in Ingalls, Oklahoma, they were involved in a gun battle with U.S. marshals. Guns began to blast and bullets flew, while Rose Dunn allegedly ran through the raining bullets in order to deliver a Winchester riffle to her lover. Show Less