wanted to call High West a “Saloon” to pay homage to the history of saloons in the old West and the important role they played in each and every town that had one…and almost all did. The saloon was the epicenter for community gatherings, victuals, and tasty libations. The bars were typically hand-carved oak, mahogany, or walnut, with a brass rail lining the bottom so patrons could put their feet up. David Perkins
owner of High West distillery moved to Park City in 2004 to pursue his passion to make whiskey. With a background as a biochemist in the biopharmaceutical industry, a love of bourbon from being raised in Georgia, and a love of cooking, David knew he was fated to make whiskey.
High West Silver Whiskey
The High West Distillery in Park City, prides itself on creating handcrafted, small batch spirits. An un-aged oat whiskey (akin to a blanco tequila) with a mash bill containing 85% oats and 15% barley malt. A very unique and incredibly smooth whiskey.
High West Silver is remarkably versatile. Neat, on the rocks, in a classic cocktail, or wherever you'd use another "clear" spirit. Try an Old Fashioned-Old Fashioned, a Clementine, or a Silver Manhattan
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High West Campfire Whiskey
A straight bourbon whiskey from 75 percent corn, 20 percent rye, and 5 percent barley malt. Floral, fruity, bright and spicy. Caramel and butterscotch. Light smoke and smoldering wood from a campfire the morning after. Jasmine, chai tea, sandalwood, leather, tobacco, pine resin and toasted bread.
Taste: vanilla, honey, toffee with some nice fruit, blueberries and black cherries. Chai
spices - nutmeg, cinnamon and orange zest. Salty caramels. Tobacco. Gentle
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OMG had a different meaning in the 1800's - Old MononGahela rye.
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Utah’s First Legal Distillery since 1870
How many distilleries existed in Utah, prior to 1862, cannot be ascertained, though we know there was no scarcity. The revenue collector’s record shows, that between 1862, when the internal revenue system went into effect, and December, 1869, the advent of the railroad and the gentile, there were started in Utah, thirty-seven distilleries, all owned by Mormons and Brigham Young among them.
No distillery has been operated in Utah, since 1870. “Mormonism and Intoxicants”, Theodore Schroeder, page 421". 2007 High
West Becomes Utah’s First Legal Distillery since 1870
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