A three year-old work of Bourbon jurisprudence delivered from the Mile High City at 47.5% ABV.
Laws Whiskey House has become a fixture on the Denver scene. It was founded in 2011 by Alan Laws when he quite-rightly fled the world of high finance and capital markets to put his life to better use making fine aged Spirits. Today their lineup includes three Bourbons, three Ryes, and six special edition fiddly things. Growth has been so strong that this small, craft distillery located in the Mile High City has achieved national distribution deals and come to the rapt attention of Whiskey fans and awards committee.
Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon Whiskey is the signature, core Spirit in the Laws arsenal. The mash bill is comprised of local, Colorado heirloom corn and wheat combined with malted barley and fermented in the open air via the sour-mash process. The mash bill is four grain — 60% corn, 20% wheat, 10% rye, and 10% malted barley. The Spirit is aged a minimum of three years in new oak and delivered to you at a profound 47.5% ABV — proving that skimping on the details shall not be allowed.