Copperworks Kentucky Tornado Relief American Single Malt Whiskey
For each bottle sold, $40 is donated to Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund.
Jason Parker, Co-Founder and President of Copperworks Distilling, grew up in Bowling Green, Kentucky and was there visiting family when tornadoes destroyed part of the town on December 11, 2021. To assist with relief efforts in the area, we crafted Copperworks Kentucky Tornado Relief American Single Malt Whiskey. For every bottle sold, Copperworks will donate $40 to the Team Western Kentucky Tornado Relief Fund.
To create this special release, we turned to a whiskey that was maturing in a barrel that previously held Kentucky bourbon. To achieve the flavor profile we were after, we blended that cask of whiskey with whiskey that had been matured in a new American Oak cask (cask no. 270, in honor of the area code for western Kentucky). Both barrels held whiskey distilled from our Pale Malt recipe and were aged for a minimum of 45 months.
This special benefit release is the first from Copperworks to use whiskey matured in a used bourbon barrel. We’re pleased to draw upon heritage and flavors of Kentucky bourbon for this important release.
Available in the Copperworks tasting room or online store.