Laws Whiskey House stands by the belief that a great whiskey, like a great story, is meant to be shared. We couldn't agree more.
But what exactly is a whiskey house? Laws Whiskey House prides itself on a being a “place dedicated to whiskey," which is so much more than a distillery. Granted, it is a distillery, but the brand's mission is to share the knowledge of whiskey with the rest of the world. A mighty fine purpose, indeed.
Laws Whiskey House is located in Denver, Colorado, in the historic Gates Neighborhood. The brand mills its own grains, combines them and cooks them into a complex sour mash that's then open-air fermented for four days. Once the fermentation is complete, Laws Whiskey House distills the mash in a custom still crafted by Vendome Copper Works. From there, the whiskey goes into full-size American white oak barrels and ages for at least two years.
Laws Whiskey House's flagship drink is the A.D. Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon. Made from the four “American mother grains" — wheat, corn, barley and rye — this bourbon boasts aromas of orange blossom, honey, black tea and pepper with hints of sweet tobacco and spice. Order a bottle through Drizly to experience the difference in craft American-made whiskey.