Lee Spirits Company, Distillery 291, 300 Days of Shine win big at Denver International Spirits Competition


  • Matthew Schniper
Lee Spirits Company also took home awards at the competition: a gold for Lee Spirits Dry Gin, and a silver for Mischief Vodka. The latter's a new product they plan to introduce in the Kansas in the near future.

For a full list of DISC winners, click here.

———ORIGINAL POST: THURS., MARCH 22, 2018 —————————————

Congratulations are in order for Colorado Springs' Distillery 291 and Monument's 3 Hundred Days of Shine. Both took home awards in this year's Denver International Spirits Competition.

Specifically, Distillery 291's Colorado Rye Whiskey took home a double gold medal, marking it as the best small batch American aged rye whiskey in the show overall. Their Colorado Bourbon Whiskey also brought home a gold medal. 3 Hundred Days of Shine took home four awards: a gold medal for their bourbon-mimicking Centennial Wheat and silver medals for their Colorado Harvest Honey, Summertime Strawberry Lemonade and Peach Cobbler.

For Distillery 291, the announcement comes on the heels of a "best American rye" award at the 2018 World Whiskies Awards.

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