Colorado Springs/Monument Colo. – October 29, 2020 – Lee Spirits Company a leading distiller of award winning pre-prohibition American dry gin, flavored gins, fine liqueurs, whiskey, vodka and RTD cocktails, is honored to have its tasting room and speakeasy Brooklyn’s on Boulder Street named the best “overall bar” for 2020 during the Colorado Springs Independent’s ‘Best Of’ Competition.
According to the publication: This spot, the home tasting room for Lee Spirits Company, charms or confuses locals with its faux-haberdashery foyer. It keeps the bar space within relatively quiet so bartenders can give everyone a personal experience.
“Thank you to the readers of the Colorado Springs Independent for recognizing Brooklyn’s on Street,” said Nick Lee, Co-founder of Lee Spirits Company. “When Ian and I opened the tasting room years ago, we weren’t sure if the concept would be widely accepted and enjoyed by our neighbors in Colorado Springs. This recognition is proof that our wonderful community enjoys the products we create and the environment in which we offer them. This award is a tribute to our entire tasting room staff, R&D department and distilling team.” We will use this recognition as motivation to continue to improve the guest experience at Brooklyn’s so each visitor has a one of a kind, speakeasy experience while enjoying many of the best spirits created in the United States.”
About Lee Spirits Company: Lee Spirits Company is an award-winning Colorado-based distillery whose mission is to create the finest products to empower spirit-lovers to enjoy authentic cocktails. Lee Spirits products can be found across Colorado, Arizona, Oklahoma, and Nebraska. To connect with Lee Spirits, visit their website or social media page.
From the Colorado Springs Independent Website: The Indy’s annual Best Of awards are always meant to be a celebration — a celebration of community, creativity, culture. In a time of unprecedented challenges, it’s easy to forget reasons to celebrate, but here’s the truth: It is during times of challenge that communities come together, businesses prove their most creative and culture begins to make necessary changes. So, yes, there is so much to celebrate. Our readers showed up in full force this year to vote for their favorite local businesses, organizations, and individuals, and we’re delighted to finally share the results. www.csindy.com