All proceeds donated to Colorado Restaurant Response; a million-dollar regional COVID-19 response effort aimed at creating jobs and providing hunger relief
A limited edition bourbon from Laws Whiskey hits liquor store shelves in the Denver metro area today with all proceeds going to support Colorado Restaurant Response.
This unique single barrel bourbon has been aged 5 ½ years and has
“These restaurants took immediate action to keep people employed and feed those in need,” Said Al Laws, Founder and CEO of Laws Whiskey House. “CRR serves 4,000 meals per day to people who really need them, we have to support that. Everyone has to support this effort. CRR is really doing something special and making a big impact for many people in need and we found a special barrel worthy of the work.”
CRR is really doing something special and making a big impact for many people in need and we found a special barrel worthy of the work.”Al Laws, Laws Whiskey House
Colorado Restaurant Response’s donation-based model, uses funding to re-hire and keep restaurant workers employed, preparing ready-to-eat, nutritious meals. Meals are distributed to food-insecure families, unemployed service workers and frontline workers in partnership with the Denver Metro Emergency Food Network and Bondadosa. All funding goes toward food, utilities and paying hourly restaurant workers and drivers.
Since launching at the end of March, Colorado Restaurant Response has grown to partner with six restaurant kitchens serving over 3,000 meals per day. So far, the initiative has delivered more than 100,000 meals and continues to serve Colorado communities in need.
The Laws Whiskey Limited-Edition Bourbon is currently available for purchase at the following Colorado-area liquor stores.
Applejack, Wheat Ridge
Atlas Valley Wine & Spirits, Lafayette
Bonnie Brae Wine & Liquor Mart, Denver
Bottle Shop 33, Denver
Bubbles Liquor World, Castle Rock
Boulder Wine Merchant, Boulder
Coaltrain Wine & Liquor, Colorado Springs
Davidson’s Beer Wine & Spirits, Highlands Ranch
Davidson’s Liquor, Centennial
Hazel’s Beverage World, Boulder
Heritage Wine And Liquor, Centennial
Little’s Liquors, Denver
Lukas Liquor Superstore, Lone Tree
Mayfair Liquors, Denver
Mile High Wine & Spirits, Lakewood
Mile High Wine Cellars, Arvada
Molly’s Spirits, Lakeside
Mondo Vino, Denver
Bevy’s Parker Small Batch Liquors, Denver
Tipsys Liquor World, Littleton
Wilbur’s, Fort Collins
To learn more about Colorado Restaurant Response, to contribute, volunteer or sign up to receive meals, visit https://www.coloradorestaurantresponse.org/.