Midwest Grain Products of Indiana is a distillery in Lawrenceburg, Indiana, producing whisky, rye, bourbon and neutral grain spirit for about 50 different brand names, but none under its own name.
The distillery was founded in 1847 and purchased by Seagram in 1933. While under their ownership, the distillery was called the Jos. E. Seagram Lawrenceburg Plant, and is stilll referred to as 'Seagram's distllery'. When Seagram went out of business the Lawrenceburg distillery became the property of Pernod Ricard. Today it is owned by MGP Ingredients.
One primary product of MGP Indiana is a straight rye whiskey which is bottled under various brand names, including Angel's Envy, Bulleit Rye, Filibuster, George Dickel Rye, High West, James E. Pepper, Redemption, Smooth Ambler, and Templeton Rye. As of 2012, Diageo is the distillery's biggest customer.