The first replacement whiskey that comes to mind is Fighting Cock.
It is about a bottle and has a flavor that will immediately remind you of Wild Turkey.
Jack is a Tennessee with a charred taste and Old Forester is just a plain bourbon.
I haven't checked in a while, but I believe you could get a handle of Ezra for the price of a bottle of Jack.
It is definitely worth checking out considering it has a decent flavor, worthy of sipping, and is a fraction of the price.
There are some people who really do enjoy the unique tastes of these specific bourbons, but for the most part a lot of people wouldn't really care if the taste of their whiskey changed slightly.
If it was about producing the same exact taste for a lesser price, then these whiskeys might not compare; however, most people aren't so picky that they won't drink anything without that trademark charred flavor that Jack Daniels has.
So even though you won't save a lot switching from Jim Beam to one of these whiskeys you can at least get a different flavor.
I hope this post helped some of you looking to save a little money on your whiskey purchases. I am keeping with the whiskey theme, though, because I don't want to forget my roots!I have been reading a lot of comments about people looking for cheaper alternatives to the go-to popular whiskeys.The Replacement I would recommend for something like Jack Daniels is Old Forester.The first thing I would like to bring up is that these whiskeys do not have the same taste.This is a blog about my upcoming adventure to Russia!