Colorado Whiskey***Yes, Colorado Whiskey.***
Whiskey is our specialty, especially local Whiskey.
Now on TapA rock solid selection of our current local favorites: Ska Modus Hoperandi, Avery White Rascal, Odell 90 Shilling, Lefthand Milk Stout, Upslope Craft Lager, Oscar Blues Dale’s Pale Ale.
Lots more in bottle and can! Currently featuring Denver's own Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey, Leopold Whiskey, Zebra Vodka (Lakewood, CO), Dancing Pines Spiced Rum and round it out with Roundhouse Gin (Boulder, CO), plus many more.
But if you like to stick to what you know, and what you like is from another region, odds are good we've got that too.
Colorado Spirits & Brews:
WhiskeyWhiskey * Stranahans * Denver, Colorado
Black Jack Whiskey * Mystic Mountain Distillery * Larkspur, CO
Bourbon Whiskey * Dancing Pines Distillery * Loveland, CO
***Lots more, also Flights.
Come taste and pick your favorites!***
MoonshineRocky Mountain Moonshine * Mystic Mountain Distillery * Larkspur, Co
VodkaColorado Blue Vodka * Mystic Mountain Distillery * Larkspur, Co
Zebra Vodka * Loveland, Colorado
CapRock Organic Vodka* Peak Spirits * North Fork Gunnison Valley
Telluride Vodka * Telluride, Colorado
RumSpiced Rum * Dancing Pines Distillery * Loveland, CO
GinRoundhouse Gin * Roundhouse Spirits * Boulder, CO
Imperial Barrel Aged Gin * Roundhouse Spirits * Boulder, CO
Colorado Fog Gin * Mystic Mountain Distillery * Larkspur, CO
CapRock Organic Gin * Peak Spirits * North Fork Gunnison Valley
Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey
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|"Creamy and fruity, touch of bourbon-ness, cedar wood and pencils in the finish" Source|
"The nose is honeycomb, maple, and raspberry with a scotch-like profile. The sip is hot and spicy pecan, oak, oatmeal, and barley. There is a slight smokey oak finish and hot long warm feeling felt almost immediately. Feels like higher proof than 94, but not harsh, just strong. Opens up wonderfully after the large cube melts. The residual alcohol burn is tamed, leaving a fuller grain bouquet. As the cube melts, even more mineral, dirt flavors come out as well as cinnamon, allspice, and aged vanilla from the minimum aging time of two years spent in charred American white oak casks." Source
This whiskey glowed amber from the start. When volunteer firefighter Jess Graber responded to a neighbor's barn fire down the road, he never imagined any good could come of it. But the barn he made effort to save belonged to George Stranahan, long-time liquor connoisseur. When the fire settled, the two discovered a shared passion for the Colorado outdoors and a good pour of fine whiskey. And so Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey was born. They developed a recipe for the smoothest, most flavorful whiskey in the world using the purity of their mountain surroundings to their advantage. Well, to your advantage. They say from each thing bad comes something good. For Jess, George, and fine whiskey drinkers alike, it's amazing just how good it can be.