Originally sold as “honest whiskey at an honest price,” Rebel Yell Bourbon ain’t lying about being tasty. 167 years since its creation—even through trying times featuring prohibition, Coors Light, and Billy Idol—the wheat bourbon’s devoted fans are still crying more, more, more. Fermented fact: Rebel Yell hails from the former Stitzel-Weller distillery, making the great-granddaddies of today’s product some of the first whiskey stored with Frederick Stitzel’s patented barrel storage system (read: less leaking! more good times!). Speaking of life-changing inventions, if you like wheat bourbons, Rebel Yell’s Single Barrel Bourbon might be best thing since sliced bread. Aged for 10 years in new charred American oak barrels, this 100-proof recipe emerges with a sweeter end result than its rye counterparts. Aww!