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September 10, 2019

Woody Creek Colorado Whiskey with Head Distiller David Matthews

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Woody Creek Colorado Whiskey with Head Distiller David Matthews

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David Matthews began his 2nd career in the South of France as a Hazelnut Farmer (his first career was Investment Banking, but we don’t have to get into that.) Today, as the Head Distiller of Woody Creek, he lives in Basalt, Colorado making the spirits we’re talk about today! He joins Pedro in the Whiskey Society to chat about their line.

What we drank:
Woody Creek Straight Rye
Woody Creek Straight Bourbon
Woody Creek Cask Strength Bourbon Single Barrel
Woody Creek Bloody Butcher

From the Woody Creek Website: woodycreekdistillers.com

When we founded Woody Creek Distillers, we knew we wanted to make nothing but the finest craft spirits, each with a unique taste and character that was true to the origins of that spirit.

It’s a standard we hold ourselves to every day. It’s why we grow and harvest some of our ingredients ourselves, like the potatoes for our premium vodka. It’s why we only source our grains from trusted Colorado farms, like the rye in our 100% rye mash whiskey

We distill every spirit we make in our own custom Carl stills. We never use neutral grain spirits, or blend with base spirits from other distillers. So you can rest assured that every bottle produced by Woody Creek Distillers will be truly handcrafted to the highest standards.

Where we make it is as important as how we make it.

We know that growing and sourcing our produce locally, not only makes for the best ingredients, it’s also good for the environment. We are dedicated to protecting and enhancing the natural resources of Woody Creek. Our distillery is a low-emissions facility, using the most efficient distillation technology available. The waste from our raw products goes back to the Scanlan family farm in Woody Creek as compost, or to local ranches as livestock feed.

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