BarrelStack_logoLearn the secrets of hand crafted Whiskey, a barrel at a time! The signature barrel program by Copper Run Distillery.

Walnut Shade, Missouri (PRWEB) November 26, 2014

Copper Run Distillery announces the launching of its Signature Barrel Program, an innovative new product that offers whiskey lovers a chance to learn the secrets of making hand crafted whiskey while actively participating in making their very own barrel of whiskey. Under this program, the Copper Run experts will guide members of this program through the entire process at the end of which their signature label will decorate their bottles of whiskey.

This innovative program offers a unique experience and a chance for whiskey lovers to start their own whiskey adventure, whether they are a connoisseur, a group of friends, a corporation, an investor, etc. This is a great opportunity for any whiskey lover to be directly involved with their own bespoke whiskey.

About Copper Run Distillery

Nestled between overgrown oak trees in the Ozark Mountains, sits one of the best kept secrets in Missouri – Copper Run Distillery, a small business growing deep roots. Copper Run is a small batch craft distillery that favors quality and refines the age-old craft of distilling into a drink-worthy art form.

The Copper Run family of spirits is heavily influenced by local resources. Pure limestone-rich water, Missouri white oak barrels, and the ever changing climate in the Ozarks create a unique distilling environment. From the beginning Copper Run’s White Whiskey (Ozark Mountain Moonshine) and aged Corn Whiskey won the silver medal from the American Distiller’s Institute in 2010. Today small batch production, imagination, and ever evolving practices come together making exciting new spirits.

Copper Run Spirits include: Ozark Mountain Moonshine, Over Proof Mountain Moonshine, Small Batch Spirit Whiskey, White Rum, Hopped Malt Whiskey (Special Release) and Three Grain Whiskey (Special Release).

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