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Triple Divide Spirits opens Helena tasting room

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So as many of you know there are few breweries in Helena, but now there is a vodka distillery called Triple Divide Spirits and they have a brand new tasting room that is open for business lets go check it out.

"So when you come to visit us here we want you to have the opportunity both to try our vodka but also have a great cocktail experience." says Karen Powell from Triple Divide Spirits. 

Triple Divide Spirits has been in the works for years and it is an exciting weekend because the tasting room for the only vodka distillery in Helena is now open for business.

"We thought I would be a great experience to just add this to the mix so that folks who are not into beer or want to stop by and try a different kind of cocktail will have that option."

When in enjoying the cocktails that the tasting room has to offer you can look over your shoulder and see where exactly the vodka is being distilled, and what a process it is.

"We have wheat Montana, we use different kinds of wheat to produce what is essentially a low alcohol beer type substance. Once we do that we take that product and will run it through the still which you can see over there, which you will probably have to do at a different time. Once you run it through the still it comes out as very high proofing alcohol, we proof the alcohol, we filter the alcohol, we go through the bottling process it is a hand bottling system, label everything by hand package it up and it is ready to go."

The tasting room here offers two drinks per person, ranging from five to nine dollars. The hours of operation here are Thursday through Saturday 4 to 8 PM.

Well that experience is unlike any other here in Helena so next time you go out for a night in the town remember Triple Divide Spirits tasting room is now open for business.

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