APPLEJACK: Stranahan's Rocky Mountain Straight Whiskey was one of the first micro-distilleries in the country. The whiskey is made from barley grown in the Northern Rockies and good old Rocky Mountain water. Distilled in custom-made Vendome Copper combination Pots/Column stills and then aged in 50 gallon heavily charred American white oak whiskey barrels made by World Cooperage in Lebeanon, Missouri.
The barrels age for between two and five years in a humidified, climate controlled environment. Ten to twelve barrels are combined to make each batch consisting of 2500-3000 bottles. Each bottle is filled by hand and each label is hand written identifying the distiller, batch number, the youngest barrel in the batch and a unique comment.
Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey won the Gold medal in the malt whiskey division of the 2008 American Distillers Institute in Louisville, Kentucky as well as the over all Best of Show. Other awards include Westword's Best of Denver 2008 and 2009, The Malt Advocate Magazines Pioneer of the year 2008, and Jim Murray's 2008 Whiskey Bible named SCW The Best Small Batch Distilled Whiskey in the World. --Wikipedia
Applejack Wine & Spirits
3320 Youngfield St.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033