Copper Run Distillery Launches New High Proof White Whiskey

New White Whiskey, the “Overproof” Ozark Mountain Moonshine, is released by Copper Run Distillery.

Walnut Shade, MO (PRWEB) January 24, 2014 — Copper Run Distillery takes whiskey making to the next level. Following the success of the “Ozark Mountain Moonshine,” Copper Run Distillery is happy to present its new offering of white whiskey.

The “Overproof” Ozark Mountain Moonshine is their newest release. Copper Run has created a new experience in the white whiskey category. This 120 proof white whiskey, distilled and blended from separate batches of corn, wheat and barley, proudly joins the existing Ozark Mountain Moonshine (Standard-Proof).

Appearance: Crystal clear, white whiskey
Aroma: Open and inviting offering of fruity grain.
Flavor: Sweet buttery corn, toasted wheat, with caramelized barley.
Body: Full and smooth, mid tongue heat with lots of curves.
Finish: Clean and rich granola, honey, cinnamon, liquorice…

An overall bold whiskey experience that draws drinkers in and takes them on a journey: beginning with clean aromatics, moving into fresh grain flavor, growing into tingling warmth and richness that eventually fades leaving a mysterious glow.

Most commercial spirits produced today are so rectified that they have a relentless blandness, but this is far from the case with the Ozark Mountain Moonshine “Overproof.”

About Copper Run Distillery 

Nestled between overgrown oak trees in the Ozark Mountains, sits one of the best kept secrets in Missouri – Copper Run Distillery, a small business growing deep roots. Copper Run is a boutique, artisan distillery that favors quality and refines the age-old craft of distilling into a drink-worthy art form.

The Copper Run family of spirits is heavily influenced by local recourses. Pure limestone rich water, Missouri white oak barrels, and the ever changing climate in the Ozarks create a unique distilling environment. From the beginning, Copper Run’s White Whiskey (Ozark Mountain Moonshine) and aged Corn Whiskey won the silver medal from the American Distiller’s Institute in 2010. Today small batch production, imagination, and ever evolving practices come together making exciting new spirits. To learn more, visit