Whiskey Blending Workshops

Create and Bottle Your Own Single Malt

Join Copperworks distillers for a fun and tasty workshop that’s all about American Single Malt Whiskey.

You’ll join a small group of whiskey lovers for a tour of the distillery, sample a variety of Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskeys straight from the cask, and then you’ll create your own custom American Single Malt  Whiskey from the casks you choose.

“Attended a blending workshop and cannot recommend it enough! The instructors were fantastic, I learned a lot, and had a great time!” 
— whiskey lover, August 12, 2018

2019 Sessions (all sessions run 2 – 5pm):
—  February 17   sold out
—  May 5
—  August 11
—  November 10

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About the Workshop

  • Jason Parker, Copperworks Co-Founder/President will lead you in nosing and tasting samples from four casks of fully-matured Copperworks American Single Malt Whiskey.
  • You’ll compare Copperworks matured whiskey to whiskey straight from the still to experience the flavor changes that evolve through time in the barrel.
  • You’ll be guided in the art of blending so you can create your own personal American Single Malt Whiskey from the casks of your choice.
  • You’ll then fill, label, seal, and document your personal American Single Malt Whiskey to take home to enjoy.

You’ll leave with a lot of whiskey-making knowledge and your own personal American Single Malt Whiskey that you have personally designed and bottled.

Read a first-hand report of blending a custom whiskey from a recent workshop participant.

Price: $175, includes brief distillery tour, light refreshments, taxes, and one 750ml bottle of your personal cask-strength American Single Malt Whiskey.

Additional Single Malt versions can be created and bottled for $95/bottle.

For a gift: Session tickets are fully transferable and we can provide certificates and cards for gift-giving.



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