Quality in, quality out
Our whiskey is created from something that itself has already been meticulously crafted. We go to great lengths to make a beer that can stand on its own, then we turn it into whiskey.
The result is something special that you've never tasted before. It's not quite like a Scotch whisky. It's not quite like a bourbon. And yet it certainly isn't a gimmick. You recognize it as whiskey, yet it's something uniquely its own.
Delusional, maybe, but not boring.
There are 6,372 craft breweries in the country. What's the point of running one if you're not going to do it well...do it creatively...do it differently. We have one rule here: Use great ingredients. Beyond that, nothing confines us. So let's brew with eight pounds of hops per barrel when it's "normal" to use half that. Let's put guacamole in a beer. White wine grapes. Swedish Fish.
We'll try anything...as long as it's good.
Life beyond whiskey
We don't always make whiskey. But we do always have restless minds and a perfectly useful copper pot still. So at times we go off and make other stuff.
Our California Courage might be the purest, cleanest, smoothest vodka you've ever tried, and our Wood Isle gin is the most local on the market. We've made bitters and shochu. We've loaned out our spot to friends who've distilled spectacular fernet and amaro. And there is a constant threat of a hopped gin happening any minute.
So whiskey isn't all we do. And if you got a good idea of something we should do with that still, let's hear it!