Stranahan’s Whiskey Vault Auction
Stranahan’s will be opening its Whiskey Vault doors for an auction to benefit the local Colorado community affected by the Marshall fires, the most destructive wildfire in the state’s history.
With this auction, 100% of the sales from the Stranahan’s Whiskey Vault Auction will go to the Boulder County Wildfire Fund to provide support to those impacted by the wildfires. There will be 12 bottles up for auction including three limited-release Snowflake bottles, seven bottles of Cask Thief Stolen Sips and two bottles of the ultra-premium Mountain Angel 10-Year Old.
As Colorado’s first legal distillery since Prohibition, Stranahan’s holds a strong connection with the community and wants to give back to the state that has embraced them with open arms.
AUCTION STARTS: Friday, February 4 at 10:00am MST
AUCTION ENDS: Monday, February 7 at 11:59pm MST
Participants of the auction must be 21+.
To participate, head to snowflakeauction.stranahans.com starting Friday, February 4 at 10am MST, select a bottle, and enter a higher bid amount than the current bid. You may bid as often as you’d like. The highest bid at the auction’s close on February 7 will secure the bottle. Winners will be notified February 8 and must pay within seven days of receiving notice to claim their prize. Prizes must be claimed in-person at the Denver distillery within the calendar year.
From February 4 to February 7, Stranahan’s is matching distillery tour ticket sales and sales of the “Whiskey for a Cause” cocktail up to $5,000. The “Whiskey for a Cause” cocktail is the “Cozy up Cocoa” and is available in the Stranahan’s Lounge. The “Cozy Up Cocoa” consists of Stranahan’s Blue Peak, dark chocolate cocoa mix, crème de menthe, black walnut bitters and whipped cream and can be served hot or cold.
ABOUT BOULDER COUNTY WILDFIRE FUND: As Boulder County’s trusted philanthropic partner for over 30 years, Community Foundation Boulder County is working closely with government and nonprofit partners to coordinate, align resources and fill gaps to support those most impacted by the wildfires. Learn more here.