Founded by Andrew Borenzweig, a Los Angeles entrepreneur and whiskey enthusiast, The Beverly High Rye is the ultimate whiskey of today, drawing its inspiration from Beverly Hills and Californian high living to evoke American luxury in name and spirit.
Andrew partnered with Cedar Ridge Distillery to bring the whiskey to life. Cedar Ridge’s legacy, passion, and commitment to quality are evident in every drop of this authentic whiskey.
Hand designed by Andrew and Cedar Ridge’s Head Distiller, Murphy Quint, The Beverly High Rye defines American luxury, embodying mastery in craft and refinement through hard work and determination.
They embraced a rigorous process culminating on an Iowa summer day in Barrel Shed #7 at Cedar Ridge. Through exhaustive tastings, they crafted blend after blend by hand — evaluating each at cask strength, and then at different proofs — before unlocking the ultimate recipe.
This majority-rye recipe is an artisanal harmony of Straight Rye and Straight Bourbon Whiskeys, harnessing the trademark qualities in each to achieve a uniquely fine American whiskey.
Its profile is bold in flavor and rich in feel — a union of spicy and sweet. Hand selected barrels from Cedar Ridge are the heart of this blend, complemented by a curated selection from Indiana.
We are committed to a sustainable future. Beverly Spirits is an official partner of Trees for the Future in the fight against climate change, food insecurity and poverty.
The Beverly High Rye is aged in barrels made from American oak, trees that are often between 80 and 100 years old before they are turned into barrels. Using these trees enables us to make whiskey, which is why it is our mission to plant one tree for every bottle that we sell.
Trees are lost at a rate of over 50 soccer fields per minute. With over 250 million trees planted, Trees for the Future’s Forest Garden approach provides a sustainable solution that supports impoverished farmers in Senegal, Cameroon, Uganda, Tanzania and Kenya.
Each bottle plants one tree, removes four lbs. of CO2 per year, creates four lbs. of organic produce and restores sixteen square feet of land through our partnership with Trees for the Future.