Bourbon and whiskey lovers have plenty of choices when it comes to craft distilleries in Colorado. Those that enjoy fine whiskey certainly know about Copper Sky Distillery in Longmont.

Copper Sky Distillery is one of my favorite local places in Colorado to grab a craft cocktail. Some of the many offerings at Copper Sky Distillery over the years have included the 7 Year Series, 16 Year Light Whiskey, Wheated Whiskey, Grand Mariner and Vanilla Barrels Whiskey, Apple Brandy Barrels Whiskey, Copper Accord Whiskey, and the Cigar Blend Whiskey... Just to name a few.

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Owner and Founder of Copper Sky Distillery, Mike Root, sure has been busy and there is no sign of slowing down as a new single malt whiskey has been added to the lineup at Copper Sky.

Switch Rail Single Malt Whiskey Now Available at Copper Sky Distillery

On April 14, Copper Sky Distillery announced the new creation of a single malt whiskey, Switch Rail. The name Switch Rail is a nod to the historic railway that is behind Copper Sky Distillery.

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Copper Sky Distillery Facebook

The single malt whiskey will not be the only bottle in the Switch Rail lineup. Copper Sky Distillery's owner, Mike Root, says that there will also be a Bottled in Bond Whiskey and an Old English Dry Gin under the Switch Rail line.

Switch Rail Single Malt Whiskey isn't going to break the bank either as it is available to purchase at Copper Sky Distillery in Longmont for $34.99.

Copper Sky Distillery Facebook
Copper Sky Distillery Facebook

Copper Sky Distillery in Longmont

Copper Sky Distillery in Longmont is a veteran-owned business with innovative spirits and traditional values. You can visit Copper Sky Distillery to enjoy a crafted cocktail and pick up a bottle of one of the many whiskies at 110 Emery Street Suite C in Longmont. For more information on Copper Sky Distillery, visit their Facebook.

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