See the Distillery

Come on in,
grab a glass,
and stay a while.

During our walk through the 30,000 square foot state-of-the-art distillery, we’ll chat about our process from grain to glass, see our mashing and fermentation system, introduce you to “Sweet Mother of Goodness” & “Lil Sister”, our continuous column stills, and “Hey Baby”, our small batch pot still, visit barrels aging in the warehouse, and walk you through Statesville’s whiskey-soaked history. And to top it all off, we’ll raise a glass of bourbon or rye together.

Book a Tour

Visit the distillery

SUNDAY
MONDAY
TUESDAY
WEDNESDAY
THURSDAY
FRIDAY
SATURDAY

CLOSED
CLOSED
10AM–6PM
10AM–6PM
CLOSED
10AM–8PM
10AM–8PM

Distillery Tour Packages

$15 // General Tour (21-64)

$12 // Military/veteran tour (21-64)

$12 // senior tour (65+)

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

Frequently asked questions

When are you open?

Sunday + Monday Closed for Christmas

Tuesday – Thursday 10:00 am – 6:00 pm

Friday – Saturday 10:00 am – 8:00 pm

Where are you located?

We are located in historic Statesville, known as the “liquor capital of the world” before Prohibition.

211 Jennings Road. Statesville NC, 28625

Are tours and tastings free?

1 hour Behind the Scenes Tours are $15 per person and include a tasting at the end. Discounts applied to seniors 65+ and veterans. Active military and children are free.

Can we just do a tasting?

We offer a variety of tasting flights for purchase.

Are kids allowed on a tour, and are they free?

Everyone under the age of 21 is free.

Can I bring my dog?

Friendly dogs are welcome in our tasting room, however, we are unable to allow pets on tours of our production area.

Can you ship my bottles for me?

North Carolina state law does not allow for us to ship bottles directly to a consumer.

Can we bring our own food?

We have snacks available for purchase in the tasting room.

You’re not in Kentucky, you can’t make Bourbon!?

In order to make bourbon you simply need to follow your ABC’s

A = America, According to H. Con. Res. 57 passed in 1964, Bourbon Whiskey is a distinctive product of the United States.

B = Barrel, Bourbon Whiskey must enter a brand new charred container for one second or more.

C = Corn, The mash bill for Bourbon Whiskey must be 51% or more corn.