A Rebellious Gin: Dry Town

Drink Me | Calum Mitchell The history of Fort Collins is one of a dry town where hard working, honest citizens had to travel outside county lines to enjoy spirits legally up until 1969. Since then, Fort Collins has been legally able to provide liquor and from that has...

A Vodka of Its Own: Dry Town

Drink Me | Calum Mitchell The story of Dry Town cannot be told without recognizing the unique history of Fort Collins, Colorado and their citizens. From 1896-1969 Fort Collins was a dry county where drinking any kind of alcohol was considered illegal. Over this 73...

BevNET Magazine – Jan/Feb 2017 Issue

BevNET Magazine | January/February 2017 Issue | Page 23 Old Elk’s Dry Town Gin and Vodka are featured in the new product information feature of the Jan/Feb 2017 BevNET Magazine. Visit this feature at BevNET.com VodkaGinStoryMantraFind Near YouPressContact...

Old Elk: Fort Collins’ mystery distiller emerges

The Coloradoan | Pat Ferrier | December 1, 2016 In a nondescript warehouse in northeast Fort Collins, a handful of people work in obscurity, without a name or logo to betray the activity inside 1713 Lincoln Ave. Few Fort Collins residents probably even know...
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