Old Town does everything in-house, and looks to reduce its environmental impact as much as possible.
What was once a potato-vodka distillery now produces four whiskeys, as well as plenty of experimental releases.
The distillery lays claim to the nation’s largest traditional floor-malting room, as well as a three-chamber still that’s a true one-of-a-kind.
Popular among the masses, Breckenridge Distillery is marketing itself as a destination that goes beyond just visiting the mountains.
The terroir-driven Laws Whiskey House began as a passion project for founder Al Laws, who opened the distillery doors in 2011.
Named after Alfred Stieglitz’s New York gallery 291, Distillery 291 has helped put Colorado whiskey on the map.
This American single malt maker is laser-focused on using local ingredients and, just one mile south of Denver’s city center, is easy to explore.