Learn about Koenig Distillery straight from the mouth of Andy Koenig in this interview and slideshow from the Idaho Statesman. Click the image below to listen: Idaho Statesman Koenig Distillery story
It’s tough to beat a cold, effervescent gin and tonic during a summer cocktail hour. And when it’s locally made? Even better. Old Boise Gin is the newest Treasure Valley spirit. It should start appearing in area liquor stores sometime next week. Distilled by Andrew Koenig, of Koenig Distillery in Caldwell, it retails for $24.95 per 750 milliliter bottle — a few bucks cheaper than Idaho competitor Bardenay, .
We are thrilled to announce that Seven Devils Straight Bourbon Whiskey was awarded a gold medal at the recent LA International Spirits Competition.
CALDWELL, Idaho – Idaho’s wine industry has a growing audience. Problem is, they aren’t growing enough fruit in Idaho to satisfy winemakers or satiate customers. At this point, just 1,300 acres of wine grapes are grown in the Gem State. That figure matches barely more than half the total acreage of vineyards draped across Red Mountain – the smallest American Viticultural Area in Washington. However, there are three young .
Article from Idaho Statesman By Michael Deeds, August 26, 2015 Icy-smooth vodka maker or not, award-winning Koenig Distillery isn’t afraid to grab your attention with a little burn. The Caldwell spirits producer made that clear with Seven Devils Straight Bourbon Whiskey, a pleasurable, 90-proof offering that debuted in early 2014. Newly released Seven Devils Rye Whiskey is its fiery cousin. “Spice” is a descriptive word commonly used to describe rye .