Best Vodka for Locavores

CH Distillery

564 W. Randolph St.

The city’s first-ever vodka distillery opened last August, and in just a few short months the West Loop business’s flagship product has become a household name among spirit enthusiasts because of its perfectly smooth taste and its makers’ pledge to use local ingredients. The triple-distilled vodka—made of winter wheat from Kaneville—has a peppercorn sibling and several new cousins: bourbon, amaro, gin, rum, and whiskey, for sale ($35 a bottle) or tasting at the sleek bar next door. 



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