First named for her unusually cool temperatures, the Neversweat mine’s name became more ironic among Butte’s miners as her depths grew and her temperature rose.  In 1900, the Neversweat employed over 600 men and produced 4,500 tons of ore a week. Even hope seekers who didn’t speak a word of English asked for the Neversweat by name upon arrival: “Send me to the Seven Stacks of the Neversweat.” Likewise, with its two year aging and richness of body, hints of vanilla and warming depth of flavor, our Neversweat Straight Bourbon Whiskey is a favorite among the locals and beyond.

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