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The top distilleries in Colorado Springs

We have a great selection of locally-made spirits in Colorado Springs! Plus, if you want to pull back the curtain to see how it’s made, many distilleries offer tours!

Perfectly nestled at the foot of the Rocky Mountains and Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs is arguably Colorado’s top booze destination. The locale has always been the cream of the crop when it comes to hops and barley. Today, local booze lovers are breaking the mold with new exciting distilleries across the region.

Whether you want take a tour or a pre-dinner warm-up, here’s your guide to our city’s top distilleries!



3 Hundred Days Distilling

279 Beacon Lite Road, Suite G, Monument, CO 80132

3 Hundred Days of Shine | Colorado Springs
Source: Facebook: 3 Hundred Days of Shine Facebook Page | Colorado Springs

Treat your taste buds to sippin’ shine at this veteran-owned distillery. The distillery’s moonshines have found a home in the hearts of many locals here. Among the top blends include Apple Pie and Rocky Mountain Sweet Tea, which locals say are drinkable right out of the bottle. Other blends include Peach Cobbler, which features juicy peaches with intimate hints of cinnamon, and Margarita Moon, a signature drink best enjoyed on the rocks.



Axe and the Oak Distillery

1604 South Cascade Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80905

Axe and the Oak Distillery
Source: Axe and the Oak Distillery Facebook Page | Colorado Springs

Axe and the Oak Distillery’s whiskey represents our city’s story, blending history and the promise of new exciting horizons. Check out their Whiskey House inside the converted Ivywild School. We recommend trying their Pikes Peak Hill Shine, an ode to the world-famous Pikes Peak Hill Climb. Sitting at 104 proof, this blend will marvel you with its intriguing marshmallow and citrus aromas with finishing notes of corn, caramel, and apricot.  You can also indulge the Colorado Mountain Bourbon Whiskey, the distillery’s cornerstone spirit. This bourbon is created with a blend of melted grains and aged in American White Oak barrels.



Distillery 291

4242 N. Nevada Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Distillery 291
Source: Distillery 291 Facebook Page | Colorado Springs

Distillery 291 is arguably Colorado Spring’s best-known and most-decorated distillery. The distillery scooped up the gold medal at the 2017 World Spirit Competition in San Francisco. The distillery’s tasting room features each of their eight flagship whiskeys and a range of classic cocktails. For the whiskeys, try the Barrel Proof Colorado Whiskey, a high-proof but smooth whiskey aged of one year. Indulge in the Single Barrel Colorado Rye Whiskey or try their citrus clove liqueur, The Decc. Distillery 291’s cocktails are also an interesting prospect for booze lovers. The Blackberry Sour is a local’s favorite alongside the Colorado Fresh Whiskarita, which are best, served extra chilled.



1350 Distilling

520 E. Pikes Peak Avenue, Colorado Springs, CO 80903

1350 Distilling
Source: 1350 Distilling Facebook Page | Colorado Springs

1350 Distilling, a veteran, teacher, and women-owned distillery, crafts award-winning spirits from locally sourced ingredients. In their copper still, they make bourbon, gin, rum, whiskey, and vodka. They pledge 10% of their profits to support local military, veteran, children, and family charities. Plus, if you need an additional reason to go, let it by their amazing Old Fashioned cocktail flight!



Blackhat Distillery

3104 N. Nevada Avenue Suite 120, Colorado Springs, CO 80907

Blackhat Distillery
Source: Blackhat Distillery Facebook Page | Colorado Springs

The black hat has always symbolized innovation, rebellion, and influence, worn by those who push boundaries and demand change. The founders and products of the distillery uphold this tradition. When three community partners saved a struggling local distillery, they embarked on extensive renovations, rebranding, and recipe development. They are unapologetic perfectionists, sourcing 100% blue agave nectar from 9th generation family farmers in Mexico for their tequila, using blackstrap molasses for their rum instead of high-fructose corn syrup, and fermenting their brandy with wine yeast for a crisp, fruity profile. These decisions may seem unconventional, but they are the only way to uphold the standards befitting the Blackhat legacy.



Private Label Distillery

Private Label Distillery
Source: Private Label Distillery Facebook Page | Colorado Springs

1405 Selix Grove, Colorado Springs, CO 80915

Have you ever considered starting your own spirit brand or distillery? Let Private Label Distillery help! Their goal is to help existing and new brands develop and grow their distribution and marketing. Visit their tasting room to try their spirits – including whiskey, rum, and vodka – in cocktail format. Their tasting room is also available as an event space!



The future looks bright for Colorado Springs distilleries, and we can expect more exciting flavors and blends in the short term.

Rocky Mountain Food Tours is a distinctive family-owned food tours venture committed to helping foodies and booze lovers reinvent their food and drink experience. We are also the first and only food tour in operation in Colorado Springs. Book a food tour with us today!

Cheers, Your Rocky Mountain Food Tours Team

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