This week we’ll be discussing wheat, malt, rye, and how they all come together at Laws Whiskey House, so crack open that beer, uncork that wine, and let’s get drinking!

Panel Introductions And What We’re Drinking

  • Our guest this week is Al Laws and James Kunz from Law’s Whiskey House. Law’s Whiskey House is based out of Denver, CO. and was established in 2011, they are a purpose-driven, grain to bottle whiskey distillery. Using the traditional method of open-air, on grain fermentation, Laws’ whiskeys feature high altitude grown American mother grains and mountain spring water while aging in 53-gallon charred American oak barrels. 

Wine, Beer, Spirit, or Pop Culture Reference

  • Solomon – Omaha

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Laws Whiskey Interview

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