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But exactly what is a whiskey house? To us it’s a place dedicated to whiskey, a temple of sorts, a place to come and explore your passion for whiskey. Make no mistake about it, Laws Whiskey House is a distillery, but more than that it is where we...more
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My husband and I wanted to do a fun, affordable happy hour in the city. Laws delivered a cool educational experience that culminated with a terrific tasting. Our tour guide Juan was conversational, knowledgeable, and humorous. Would do the tour again to experience the sights,...More
The tour focused a lot on their history and their approach to whiskey making. The facility is small, but will be expanding soon, so there wasn't a huge complex to walk through, leaving plenty of time for tasting. I was very impressed by Matt taking...More
My husband and I visited Colorado on vacation and one of the bars we ate at in Boulder offered whiskey from Law's. My husband and I were extremely impressed and the bartender recommended for us to check out the distillery for a tour.
Very knowledgeable staff about the whiskey making process. Excellent tour of a well thought out and organized distillery. I am very proud that the distiller uses Colorado grains and water to produce an excellent bourbon and rye whiskey. Well worth a visit. You owe it...More
Recently toured Laws Whiskey House. Our hotel partnered up with the local distillery to provide a discount on the tour, so we took advantage of the tour! The tour was incredibly informative and covered all the details of whiskey. I walked away with a better...More
Recommend this tour for all those bourbon enthusiasts out there. They make excellent products considering they are rather new on the scene. With tastings and of course time to make some purchases, in all it was about 1 1/2 hours.
As a life-long Kentucky resident and member of the Lexington Bourbon Society (we drink for charitable causes!), I have to tip my hat to this distillery. The owner/founder has carefully conceived and planned the use of the four main grains (corn, wheat, rye and barley)...More
This was a great experience for a Denver native and for out of town visitors. Having participated in many distillery tours, I expected the "usual" type of tour. This tour was much more informative and detailed, but at the same time entertaining and interesting. It...More