What’s the recipe for Jim Beam?

We can’t tell you the exact recipe for our bourbon—that’s a family secret. But we can tell you that Jim Beam is produced from the fermentation and distillation of corn, rye, and malted barley. 

We love the bourbon we make, but Beam Suntory does not advise legal-age adults whether or not to drink. Based on your personal situation and the ingredients above, your physician may be able to provide advice should you have further questions.

For more detailed nutritional information on each of our products, see our Jim Beam Nutritional Information. If you require more specific information, please contact us here.

Who should I contact about marketing, charity and sponsorship ideas?

We’re always happy to hear from loyal fans about possible opportunities and we truly believe that great ideas can come from anywhere. Please click here to submit your request. We’ll contact you if there’s an opportunity to partner.

Where can I buy Jim Beam?

This might be our favorite question of all, so we made a handy product locator to help you find Jim Beam at bars, restaurants and stores near you. Or, if you don’t fancy leaving your home, it can even help you order our products online. But wherever you are, please remember to #DrinkSmart!

Where can I buy Jim Beam merch?

Love Jim Beam so much you want to wear it? Us too. Check out our online store for the latest and greatest Jim Beam swag. After all, if you’re going to be part of the family, you might as well look it. For additional questions, please contact us.

What’s the value of my bottle?

We love and value our family’s history and legacy, and we are honored when others do, too. To learn more about your item’s history and value, we suggest contacting the organizations below:

Oscar Getz Whiskey Museum

Beam Around the World

How do distillery tours work?

We have a few options when visiting Jim Beam. Please take a look at the Visit Us section of our website to learn more. If you still have questions, please contact us here. We look forward to seeing you!

What about those Jim Beam Decanters?

Let’s just say there are a lot of them. And they’re an important part of our history. Unfortunately, Jim Beam stopped producing decanters in 1992. For more information about decanter value and sales, we suggest contacting one of the following organizations:

Oscar Getz Whiskey Museum

Beam Around the World

Who do I contact for media and press relations?

We’re always happy to spread the word about Jim Beam. For media and press questions, please contact us here.

Who do I contact for rebate information?

As a valued customer, we are pleased to provide you with up-to-date information on your rebate status by going to https://beam.inmarrebates.com or by calling 877-819-4280 between the hours of 8:00am and 6:00pm ET. 

If you are requesting a rebate form you may call the above phone number or email your request using the form on the 'Contact Us' page on the above referenced website.