Join us on February 9th for free mini-cupcakes made with JP’s World Famous Whiskey Pancake Syrup! We’ll be at “The Store” in Holladay (6200 South Highland Drive) from 10:00am to 1:00pm. We’ll have pancake samples, too so stop in and say howdy!
Hammer Spring Gin, captures the essence of Utah wilderness in a bottle with hints of juniper and mountain sage. These delicate botanicals make this an exceptional example of quality crafted spirit.
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Embracing the pioneer spirit as the only potato vodka distillers in Utah, we proudly offer this fuller and more engaging traditional vodka. Locally sourced potatoes are processed in-house where we scrub, peel, and grind the potatoes to a fine pulp, which is then fermented, distilled and bottled.
Traditional drink that highlights the local mountain botanicals and leaves you feeling refreshed.
1 part Hammer Spring Gin
1 part tonic water
Add lime wedge
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Start your day with an eye-opener! Hammer Spring’s Perky Cowgirl Coffee Liqueur is made with Millcreek Coffee Roaster’s beans, and tastes divine. The liqueur is sweet with a strong espresso taste makes a great addition in your coffee, over ice cream, or in a deliciously perky tiramisu.
While making pancakes for his volunteer crew at Burning Man, JP added a bit of whiskey into the syrup he was preparing for breakfast. It was an instant favorite and the inspiration for this iteration.
Aged in whiskey barrels, JP’s World Famous Whiskey Pancake Syrup is now available at Boozetique in Salt Lake City, The Store in Holladay and at the distillery.
When Ben Trentelman of SLUG Magazine stops by for a tour of the distillery, he learns about how our Perky Cowgirls Coffee Liqueur is made with Millcreek Coffee Roaster’s coffee beans, and how we capture the essence of Utah wilderness in a gin bottle.
He also gets a lesson in pancakes, potatoes, and finds a few reasons why Hammer Spring Distillers are pioneers in producing locally sourced and inspired craft spirits.
See the whole article at SLUG Magazine’s website.
Pancake and Potato Pioneers: The Hammer Spring Distillers