DAS DICKE ENDE KOMMT NOCH!
“THE WORST IS YET TO COME”
was written on the death cards placed upon
dead Nazis by the Devil’s Brigade. Officially
known as the First Special Service Force,
the Devil’s Brigade trained at Fort Harrison
near Helena, Montana, and was comprised of
Back-Country Rangers, Soldiers, Lumberjacks,
Northwoodsmen, Hunters, Prospectors,
Explorers, Game Wardens, and Mountain Men
who volunteered to join the secretive unit
in 1942 during WWII.
This joint American-Canadian commando unit
was known for their stealth and skill with the
V-42 dagger and had quickly gained the nickname
“Black Devils” and a reputation for their fierce
style of fighting at night in blackened faces.
Made of 60% American Bourbon
and 40% Canadian Whisky just like
the percentage of men assigned to the Unit,
this blend of whiskies is our way of honoring
the bravery and valor of these men who
fought in World War II with distinction.
The legacy continues with current
American and Canadian Special Operations
Forces who trace their lineage and heritage
to the “Forcemen.”
A portion of the proceeds is donated to the
Special Forces Association Chapter XXVIII
“Devil’s Brigade Chapter,” which is a non-profit
veterans service organization based in Montana.