The delicate craft of locally sourcing Alaskan vodka

09/6/2013

Local sourcing is all the rage from home kitchens to trendy restaurants to craft distillers. In Alaska, this means turning abundant honey, barley and pristine water into vodka. Truuli Peak Vodka, which is named for the tallest mountain peak on the Alaskan Kenai Peninsula, is made from just these three locally sourced ingredients and is beginning to enjoy a following that extends far beyond Alaska. Devotees love the "mouth feel" of the spirit, which is made with unfiltered glacier water collected near Anchorage. Read more.

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