A spirited discussion on how this Rogers company takes each product from grain to bottle | Sponsored Content
Have you ever wondered how the main ingredients of your favorite cocktails are made? Brad Haj, operations director at Fox Trail Distillery, spoke with us recently to unlock some of the mystery behind spirits production. Read on to learn how Fox Trail creates its three currently distributed products, what makes them unique, and how the company—which celebrates its second anniversary this spring—is continuing to grow.
At Home in Arkansas: When some people hear “distillery,” they might automatically think bourbon, but Fox Trail produces much more. Tell us about some of the company’s different brands.
Fox Trail Distillery: We currently have three different spirits in production: Boxley Vodka, Artanical Gin, and Oak & Bean, our cold brew coffee liqueur. Boxley Vodka is made with 100 percent non-GMO Missouri-grown corn. One thing that sets it apart from other vodkas is the water we use to proof down our vodka called reverse osmosis. This allows us to provide the purest, cleanest water possible. You can kind of control what your mineral content is in the water and remove flavors that might be undesirable. Clean water plays a significant role in the finished product.…