Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey sold to NYer
NEW YORK -- Stranahan's Colorado Whiskey has become a New York product, in a sense.
Proximo Spirits of New York has purchased the Denver micro-distillery founded in 2004 by Jess Graber and George Stranahan, according to Graber who confirmed the sale but offered no details.
This isn't the only venture beyond the East Coast for the New York company. Proximo also owns Hangar 1 in the San Francisco Bay area and Kraken Black Spiced Rum, which is finished in Indiana, and 1800 Tequila made, of course, in Mexico.
Graber's announcement said, "Through combined efforts, Stranahan's will be able to increase production, distribution, and marketing. Founder Jess Graber will continue working with the company to maintain quality control and as brand ambassador. We are all very excited about the new opportunities available to Stranahan's."
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Posted by William M. Dowd at 3:40 PM