George T. Stagg
George T. Stagg is a 15-year old, barrel proof bourbon produced by Buffalo Trace as part of their Antique Collection and Stagg brand families. It is always bottled uncut and unfiltered, and generally represents one of the highest-proof Buffalo Trace Antique Collection expressions each year.
After his service as a captain in the Civil War, George T. Stagg sold whiskey made by O.F.C. Distillery, founded by E.H. Taylor, Jr.
Stagg later purchased O.F.C. and together the two formed E.H. Taylor, Jr. & Co. and built one of the most important distilleries of the 19th century. After Taylor and Stagg parted ways, the distillery was again renamed the George T. Stagg Distillery, which we now know as Buffalo Trace.
George T. StaggFall 2023
Distilled in the spring of 2008.
Warehouse: Warehouses C, I, K, L and M
Floor: 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th floors
Evaporation loss: 68% of the original whiskey lost to evaporation
MSRP increased from $100 in 2022 to $125 in 2023.
George T. StaggFall 2022
This is the highest-proof George T. Stagg release since 2016, and it marks the return of the brand to the lineup after not being released in 2021.
It was aged in warehouse K on the first and third floors, and 75% of the original distillate was lost to evaporation.
George T. StaggFall 2020
Distilled in spring 2005. Aged 15 years and 4 months in warehouses L, K and Q.
George T. StaggFall 2019
George T. StaggFall 2018
George T. StaggFall 2017
George T. StaggFall 2016
George T. StaggFall 2015
George T. StaggFall 2014
George T. StaggFall 2013
George T. StaggFall 2012
George T. StaggFall 2011
George T. StaggFall 2010
George T. StaggFall 2009
George T. StaggFall 2008
George T. StaggFall 2007
George T. StaggFall 2006
George T. StaggFall 2005
George T. StaggSpring 2005 (Lot B)
The Spring 2005 lot B release was made available nationwide. Lot A was a Kentucky-only release.
George T. StaggSpring 2005 (Lot A)
The Spring 2005 lot A release was made available only in Kentucky. Lot B was a nationwide release.