AD Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon
While whiskey may be an acquired taste some whiskeys acquire more taste than others. That's all down to how it's made.
Al Laws, founder of Colorado's newest distillery didn't set out to create another quick-to-market, mass-produced spirit. He doesn't believe in shortcuts. In his words,Shortcuts remove time from the process, and time is one of our critical ingredients.
Laws Four Grain Straight Bourbon is honest whiskey. There are five ingredients; water, grain, yeast, oak barrels, and time. If you are truly committed to making great whiskey, that's all it takes.
There are a lot of whiskeys out there, fewer Bourbons, and fewer still, four grain bourbons. So what sets this particular whiskey apart?
A four grain Bourbon must follow all the rules of a Bourbon, but it contains all three typical flavor grains that accentuate the corn base: barley, wheat and rye. To achieve such an uncommon expression of bourbon takes skill. These four "American mother grains" are painstakingly combined in exacting ratio in our cooker coming together to create a highly complex and flavorful whiskey. The results showcase the flavor of each grain without compromising balance.
We slowly distill our four grain sour mash to coax out the delicate spirit. Whiskey with this level of character can only be made by hand. Again, no shortcuts. Yes, Four Grain Straight Bourbon is a more difficult whiskey to make, but it is well worth it.
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