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5405 W. 56th Ave, Unit C 
Arvada, CO 80002

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Posted March 13, 2019 in 5280 by Katie Coakley

Inspiration comes in many forms. For Meagan and Patrick Miller, co-owners of Talnua Distillery, inspiration arrived during the haze of their honeymoon in 2011 as they toured Ireland’s single pot still distilleries. Fast forward to...


Posted March 21, 2019 in Arvada Press by Shanna Fortier

What is likely the only distillery outside of Ireland to make triple distilled single pot still whiskey officially opened in Arvada St. Patrick’s Day weekend. Opening Talnua Distillery was a dream come true for Patrick Miller...


Posted March 13, 2019 in 303 by Caroline Kennedy

Talnua Distillery in Arvada will officially open its doors to the public on St. Patrick’s Day weekend this year. Meagan and Patrick Miller started the project in July of 2017 as a way to bring back the Irish technique...

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Posted June 2019 in 5280 by Amanda M. Faison

Innovative distilleries just keep popping up around Denver. Give these new Front Range favorites a shot (or two).

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Posted July 2019 in by Jay Communication Solutions

Welcome to Unfiltered, a podcast featuring leaders in the craft beverage industry sharing their stories and providing a behind-the-scenes look at what they do. 


Posted Aug 12, 2019 in by Katie Coakley

Take a look around: These are not the green fields of Ireland. However, a new distillery in Arvada is bringing a uniquely Irish style of whiskey production to Colorado. Since opening on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, Patrick and Meagan Miller of Talnua Distillery have been creating triple-distilled...

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Posted Jan 10, 2020 in by Amber Inthavong

As we said goodbye to 2019, many can’t help but feel the year simply flew right by. There is so much to do and not enough time to do it all. But 2020 means there are many promising things ahead. Denver’s culture in both food and booze have grown immensely. So to keep up with hot spots on where to go and what to try what better way than to create bucket lists...


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