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A DESTINATION

Our "tasting room" basically operates like a cocktail bar.  We give free samples, sell whiskey by the glass and serve cocktails as well as sell full bottles.   We don't do tours at this point, but you can view most of the distillery production area from the tasting room.  We are open regularly on Wednesday and Friday evenings from 6:00 - 10:00PM and Saturdays from 2:00 - 10:00pm.

Our Space

Our distillery is located in the old Walter Schnader tobacco warehouse.  Originally built in 1900, it was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990.  In addition to the distillery the building also houses a recording studio, coffee roaster and soon a brewery as well.

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Our Process

We have taken traditional methods and adapted them with modern knowledge and techniques in order to create an un-aged whiskey that will stand on its own.  Our Rye is both an award winning end product in its own right, and also the first step of what will be a fine aged whiskey.  

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Our Product

We proudly present our traditional un-aged small batch rye whiskey made from the local grains and distilled in our handmade copper pot still at our facility in Lancaster, PA. Our rye whiskey is produced in small batches, yielding a dry, spicy flavor, for a traditional spirit full of character.  

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Cocktails


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Cocktails


Old Fashioned

The original cocktail; described in 1806 as "a potent concoction of spirits, bitters, water, and sugar" 

Thistle Finch White Rye, muddled orange and cherries, aromatic bitters and simple
syrup.

Whiskey Sour

First mentioned in 1870 by the Waukesha Plaindealer; a newspaper published in Wisconsin. 

Thistle Finch White Rye and our fresh squeezed lemon sour mix.

Arnold Palmer

The universally copied drink from Mr.  Palmer's order at the bar in 1960 at the US Open in Denver, Colorado. 

Thistle Finch White Rye, fresh brewed tea, lemonade, grenadine and bitters.