Whiskey rain, whiskey rain

Saturday night, the Hubs and I went up to our local distillery, Glacier Distilling Company. It’s our friend Nic’s venture and not only do we want to support him, we like drinking good whiskey. And “Glacier Dew,” the distillery’s first whiskey, is just that.

Here’s the whiskey barn in Coram. You can’t miss it!

I wrote a story for my newspaper, which you can read here, a while back before the distillery officially opened for business. Nic and his business partner Danny are going to distill not only white whiskey like Glacier Dew, which is obviously polished off in the above photo, but also bourbon. They’ve got a neat selection sitting in barrels in the back, just waiting to come into maturity. It’s a long wait, but it’s going to be worth it.

Here’s a keg of the North Fork Flood Stage Whiskey. Can’t wait to give it a try.

Here’s Danny (left), working the crowd.

The distillery has a neat collection of old whiskey bottles. Shawn and I are considering donating our brandy bottle to the cause. Our bottle is shaped like a liberty bell because it was made in 1976 and then sat, unopened, on a shelf in my grandparents’ house until this year. Shawn discovered it and my Gramma gave it to him. It’s got a little less brandy in it than when it was bottled because of the angel’s share, but since it’s 35 years old, it’s a smooth, smooth brandy. Evidently that’s how you get such a divine drink: Put it on a shelf and forget about it.

Hubs and I purchased bottle No. 60 of Batch 1A. A keepsake, no doubt!


One thought on “Whiskey rain, whiskey rain

  1. Great pics, thank you soooo much 🙂 Nic is super excited, now he just has to get the website going. Thank you for the delicious biscuits, we had some for lunch and ate the rest for dinner. We were nice enough to leave a couple for Nic!

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