In the mid-2000s, Todd and Scott relocated Leopold Bros. operations from Michigan to their home state of Colorado to focus solely on distilling. They opened shop in a small, rented, workspace in an industrial neighborhood in northeast Denver. Several years later, Todd and Scott purchased four acres of nearby land to build out their ideal distillery, including systems to create a zero-waste facility by recycling water, composting, and other methods. In addition a larger space to accommodate all their fermenters and stills, the site would also be home to Colorado's first distillery malting floor and kiln, as well as a dunnage-style barrelhouse, a tasting room, and education center.
Mashbill: 64% Corn 21% Malted Barley 15% Abruzzi
Nose: A dose of grassiness is balanced by a soft layer of brown sugar, spicy cinnamon.
Palate: Soft and silky smooth. Cinnamon, chocolate brownies and Christmas spices.
Finish: Medium-long. Slightly tannic but not overly mouth-drying. Fades with a hint of cherries in syrup.
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