Throughout the Old Seagram Plant’s life, the primary liquor produced has been straight rye whiskey, which gets later bottled as big names like Bulleit, Templeton, and High West. Bourbon is also made there and sold to Cougar bourbon, which is bottled in Australia. Seagram’s Seven Crown Whiskey and even Tito’s Vodka come from Lawrenceburg.
"Without throwing anybody under the bus, if you look at Tito's bottle. It says it's made in Austin, Texas, but turns out every drop is made in Lawrenceburg, Indiana," said Barnes. “But that's a standard industry process, and proves the high demand.”
But this type of production is hardly craft, especially since the MGP location is one of the largest producers in the world. But that's been Indiana's contribution to distilling for a long time. And, after that, there really is only one guy known for the distilling activities in Indiana.