The new I’d Love You All Over Again release comes two years since the brand launched

Two years ago this month, Country Music Hall of Fame member Alan Jackson introduced Silverbelly Whiskey, a premium spirit distilled exclusively for – and hand-selected by – the country superstar. Silverbelly announces the release of its fourth batch, one that marks a new chapter in the straight bourbon’s story.

“I’d Love You All Over Again” – continuing the Silverbelly tradition of naming sequential releases after Jackson’s No. 1 hits – is aged twice as long as the brand’s first three batches, increasing quality while maintaining the same suggested retail price. It’s also the first Silverbelly Whiskey distilled, aged, and bottled in Tennessee from start to finish.

The announcement comes just days after tickets for Jackson’s Last Call: One More for the Road Tour went on sale. Silverbelly is the presenting sponsor of the tour, which will find the entertainer playing in several cities in 2024 and 2025 for the last time ever. It’s a continuation of the 2022 tour that found the country music superstar playing to sellout crowds on the heels of revealing a hereditary nerve condition that’ll make each of his concert performances his last in every city he visits.

“I’d Love You All Over Again” was the fourth and final single from his breakthrough debut album, Here In the Real World, the 1991 chart-topper was written by Jackson for his wife Denise a couple of years earlier for their tenth wedding anniversary.

The company will be rolling out the new I’d Love You All Over Again batch at more than one thousand retailers in 15 states in the weeks to come. Silverbelly Whiskey is also available online for shipping to nearly all 50 states and the United Kingdom.