Tracing the grains that make up Durango Craft Spirits’ bourbon

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Tracing the grains that make up Durango Craft Spirits’ bourbon

Distiller Michael McCardell makes a point to source regional ingredients
A combine harvests white corn at the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Farm & Ranch. This is the same corn Durango Craft Spirits uses in its bourbon-making business.
David Holub/Special to the Herald
Michael McCardell, co-owner of Durango Craft Spirits, recently expanded the distillery, 1120 Main Ave., have more room to store barrels of Cinder Dick Bourbon, which ages for two to four years.

Tracing the grains that make up Durango Craft Spirits’ bourbon

A combine harvests white corn at the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Farm & Ranch. This is the same corn Durango Craft Spirits uses in its bourbon-making business.
David Holub/Special to the Herald
Michael McCardell, co-owner of Durango Craft Spirits, recently expanded the distillery, 1120 Main Ave., have more room to store barrels of Cinder Dick Bourbon, which ages for two to four years.
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