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Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey, Denver

Categories: Distilleries, Food & Drink
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4.6/5 based on 300+ reviews on the web
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  • We have taken the tour multiple times, and we always enjoy it. The tour includes 2 guided tastings of the regular Stanahan's and Diamond Peak whiskeys, which are both delicious. It's fun to see the pr...  read more »
  • What an awesome experience! Way better than I ever thought! The tour was very informative and our guide was great! My BF loved it AND the bar was so fun entertaining. I highly recommend the distillery...  read more »
  • Just a nice visit. Thanks for the informative tour and the tastings! Everyone made us feel like friends taking a tour of their house! Didn't feel like Stranahans is too big for their breeches!! Thank ...  read more »
  • Went on a tour cause I had people visiting from out of state and we had some extra time on our hands. I hadn't ever been there but figured you can't go wrong with a tour that ends with some free alcohol. I was right! It was an instant hit and also just an enjoyable tour of the distillery. Plus, you get to drink some good Colorado whiskey, for free! Can't go wrong.
  • If you like whiskey go here. Great vintage atmosphere and great bartenders. The whiskey flight was a must, especially since it contained the "Snowflake"... whiskey aged in sherry cask. Oh my. The old fashioned was great too. "Clucks" food truck was great.
  • A lovely distillery. Take the tour. It was totally worth it. Amazing to see the process start to finish and end with a tasting. Even the bar inside is a great place to hang out and try some of the drinks that you can only get there (honey or coffee infused Stranahan's when I was there).
  • During our tour we got very little information on what makes Stranahan's stick out. Candice (our tour guide) didn't metnion what types of grain, how many times they distill, or why many of their barrels are off limits to the eyes of visitors now-a-days. Many times saying "oh, you just want to taste the whiskey" or being "hungover" several times. Candice also had to say hello and talk to employees leaving for the day, during our tour. Everyone on our tour was there for the first time, but we had to ask things like "what is the gas pump for", "do you rotate barrels?". We had to try to learn something on our Stranahan's tour. When tasting, we thought the 4 year was smooth, but isn't worth the price they are asking. During the tour we tasted the yellow (2 year) bottle, which was mixed with other years to get a nice mix of flavors, but we felt that blending is fairly common and the result was fairly harsh and could be had for $25 a bottle instead of $45-50. This could be from the result of only hearing small tidbits of Stranahans roots and the history behind it, but we didn't think it that great. If your going, have a list of questions that you want answered. We left wanting more and felt disappointed. But the style is different and I think that's why it has a following. But as a first timer to this distillery, we won't be recommending it to anyone, buying their offerings, or returning. We'd rather spend our time and money at Leopold
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