In downtown Chippewa Falls from 1957-1972, locals often gathered at Trumie’s Bar. The bar was located four blocks from the Chippewa River Distillery, and was owned by Trumie Schneider, Kurt’s grandfather. Trumie was a hard-working man who took good care of his family. He was also very fun-loving and social - it wasn’t unusual for him to invite a large group of people to dinner on a whim (much to his wife’s surprise). He was known for playing jokes on people. One prank that locals still remember is the silver dollar he had embedded in the tile on the floor of his bar. He was entertained by watching customers try unsuccessfully to pick up the silver dollar.
Speaking of dollars, Trumie appreciated the finer things in life, such as premium spirits, providing they were a good value. As a tribute to him, we bring you Trumie’s line of spirits. We invite you to join us in tasting these reasonably priced spirits. We know Trumie would have loved the company. He would be proud that Chippewa Falls is now the birthplace of quality spirits.
Clear Color. Very neutral aromas and flavors. This vodka is very clean and does not linger on this finish. It makes a great martini and works well as a mixer where it allows the cocktail flavors to stand out.
2017 Denver International Spirit Award Winner.