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Craft Distillery of the Year Award Finalist: Wyoming Whiskey

 

Out of our 10 finalists, Wyoming Whiskey might be able to say it was born in one of the prettiest places on earth. Along with crafting great whiskey, the distillery has committed to protecting that very landscape through its partnership with the National Park Foundation. That fierce commitment to making an impact is the top reason it landed on our list of 10 finalists for the Craft Distillery of the Year Award. Oh, and did we mention that Harrison Ford stepped in as a creative director for the National Parks Limited Edition bottles? The fact that Wyoming Whiskey also makes really excellent bourbon is just a bonus.

“For 35 years or so, I’ve been lucky enough to have a home in Wyoming. I am proud to work in conjunction with Wyoming Whiskey, my neighbors and friends, in support of the National Park Foundation,” said Ford in a statement. “I’m very proud of what Wyoming Whiskey is doing with this event, as it is important to protect and restore these national treasures and keep them safe for future generations.” Whiskey of the West honoring the wonder that national parks provide to us all. Wonderful, indeed! If you want to see Wyoming Whiskey crowned as RackHouse Whiskey Club’s Craft Distillery of the Year, vote now! To learn more about Wyoming Whiskey’s partnership with the National Parks Foundation, click here.

Our first step to determine the Craft Distillery of the Year Award winner was to open up the competition to the public to nominate your favorite craft distillery. From there, an expert panel of judges narrowed the list down to 10 finalists based on these four categories: compelling story, impact on community, marketing presence and branding and packaging. Now we’re turning the competition over to you to determine the distillery you believe deserves to be named the 2021 RackHouse Whiskey Club Craft Distillery of the Year. Get your votes in now, voting closes on Nov. 30! VOTE NOW!

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