New and unique liquor brand, Karate Cowboy, is set to bring their burgeoning brand to Columbus.
Moving from Lousiville, Kentucky Karate Cowboy has made the decision to license production out of Middle West Spirits, a facility owned and operating out of the Columbus area.
“What we’ve come to learn over the last year and a half is that we’re really passionate about testing out and experimenting with our product; which can be very difficult when we’re hours away,” said CEO Mark Tinus. The move will supposedly give the locally owned spirit brand more freedom and intimacy in their distilling process.
Karate Cowboy is known for fusing grain alcohol with Japanese sake, creating a unique spirit that combines concepts from both the east and the west.
Honey Wasabi and Ginger Mint are currently the brands only two flavors available for production with rumors of a third along the way.
Brady Konya, Co-Founder of Middle West Spirits stated, “After operating in the spirits category for over seven years, and with our most recent expansion nearly complete, we’re excited to share some of our lessons and new capabilities with another homegrown Ohio company.”
(h/t Drinkup Columbus)