DENVER, CO— Laws Whiskey House is excited to announce its new distribution footprint into Louisiana statewide. Starting in September, Four Grain Straight Bourbon, San Luis Valley Straight Rye, as well as their Bottled in Bond expressions, which include Bottled in Bond Four Grain Bourbon Whiskey and Bottled in Bond San Luis Valley Straight Rye Whiskey, will be available through Uncorked Fine Wines & Spirits in the Bayou state.
“Louisiana is a market steeped in the traditions of American wine and spirits,” says Kieran Walsh, vice president of sales at Laws Whiskey House. “It is the birthplace and breeding grounds of the ‘cocktail’ and continues to excite and allure on a national scale. We’re thrilled to introduce a little Colorado terroir to the big easy and beyond!”
Louisiana is the 11th distribution market for Laws Whiskey House. The grain-to-glass distillery also distributes whiskey to Arkansas, California, Colorado, Illinois, Missouri, New York, Tennessee, Texas, Washington and Wyoming.
“Today, Louisiana serves as a robust tourist destination so it’s important to the development of the Laws Whiskey House brand to be a part of such a lively scene,” says Walsh.
Launch events to celebrate Laws Whiskey in Louisiana will be announced in coming weeks.
For more information about Laws Whiskey and its foray into Louisiana, contact Chea Franz at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT LAWS WHISKEY HOUSE
Established in 2011, Laws Whiskey House is a purpose driven, grain-to-bottle whiskey distillery founded on the principle that the soul of its whiskey is comprised of the people who grow it, the people who make it, and the people who drink it. 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. With a collection of award winning whiskey, including several Bottled in Bond expressions, Laws Whiskey House invites you to visit their tasting room in Denver's historic Gates neighborhood and enjoy the Laws experience. For more information visit www.lawswhiskeyhouse.com.