Welcome to Copper Run

Copper Run Distillery is the first legal distillery in the Ozark Mountains since the prohibition ended in 1933

The Signature Barrel Program

A unique experience for Whiskey Lovers, learn the secrets of hand crafted whiskey, a barrel at a time!

Gold Award - Best in Category

TOURS & TASTINGS

We offer tours of the distillery and samples of our spirits! Tours hours: 12.00, 2:00 and 4:00pm

The Distillery and Friends

Opening our doors to the public and last days with Suki

Distilling the first batch...

and the bottling begins...

Our first batch of products!

Our friends had stopped by to purchase some of our fine spirits. Nancy took a few awesome photos of the building and still. I wanted to share a few of them with you. Hopefully we will see some of you in person when you stop in to say Hello!


6 Responses to The Distillery and Friends

  1. Jim I opened one of my corn whiskey bottles from your first batch! It was great. Have you started a batch on the oak yet? PS Vodka was very good also. See you soon, when I bring Tim Hite with me.Ray ProvinceThe Celtic Ozarkianwww.celticozarkian.com

  2. jim

    Hi Robin,I just found your post. I do have a barrel of corn whiskey set aside. It is in a new charred oak barrel and it already has made a profound effect on the whiskey. I have a couple of whiskey styles aging. Let me know when you plan on coming down and we shall do some sampling!

  3. Jim Thank you so much for having us over today, my husband and I really enjoy the rum, vodka and whiskey(moonshine) it was so good, hope to see you soon.ThanksThe light

  4. Visited your distillery Aug 22 and enjoyed the sampling and conversation. Purchased 1 rum and 1 moonshine. Installed the wood chips in the moonshine the same day. Now, after apx 2 months, the flavor is much better and it is mellower. How long should I leave the chips in the bottle?

  5. Jim, it was great to visit today. The small batch whiskey was a treat. I am adding a link here to the article I did on the Celtic Ozarkian. slainte va, Ray Province.http://celticozarkian.com/index.php/the-blarney-blog/103-copper-run-smal-batch-whiskey

  6. Jim,I really enjoyed our visit to your distillery. My family and I will be back in the summer for sure! Do you think you will have more fruit soaked batches in the summer?

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