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Bottling WorkshopCatoctin Creek Distilling Company will conduct a BOTTLING DAY on Saturday, July 26, 2014 at 9:00am. Volunteers wanted. We'll buy breakfast for all that attend.  This is always such a fun workshop, and now we're in the new building! Come and see the new space!

Learn how to bottle, cap, seal, and label Roundstone Rye. Get your chance to work the magic "whisky cow"! This is a fun and informative day! We'll start the morning off with breakfast and a tour from the owners, Scott and Becky Harris, explaining how we make our hand-crafted spirits, then for about 90 minutes, we bottle whisky, and wrap up the morning with a tasting of our spirits!  How cool is that?

You can even purchase a signed bottle that you filled yourself... what a perfect gift idea!

What: Catoctin Creek Bottling Day
Where: 120 W. Main Street
Purcellville, Virginia
When: Saturday, July 26, 2014
9:00am - 11:00am

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Catoctin Creek is thrilled to host a monthly cocktail dinner at distillery on Main Street in Old Town Purcellville.

MusselsEnjoy a private tour of the distillery from owners, Scott and Becky Harris. Becky will guide you through the process of making whisky, and Scott will describe for you the wonderful history of our "new" building, which is nearly 100 years old.

Dinner will be a four-course affair, using seasonal produce and local suppliers, prepared by Chefs Wes Rosati and Maria Aros of The Wandering Chef. Chefs Rosati and Aros are formerly of Lansdowne Resort, and have combined talents to provide exquisite dining for our new venue!

Oh, and did I say cocktails? Yes, Scott & Becky Harris will personally craft cocktails expertly paired with your dinner! This will be a magical evening, and one not to miss!!

What: Dinner at Catoctin Creek
Where: 120 W. Main Street
Purcellville, Virginia
When: One Friday each month, listed below
Tour begins at 6:30pm, dinner at 7:00pm


Select your Dinner Date
Special Dietary Needs:

Pre-purchase required, and only 30 seats are available for this exclusive event.

Refundable within two weeks of the event, and non-refundable thereafter, since we must purchase food and prepare for your spot after this time. If you are unable to attend, you may transfer your ticket to another person and let us know.

Click on the following images to view full-sized photos from one of our dinners:

Becky Tour Chef Creme Brulee Discerning Drinker Mussels Scott

Read MoreDinner at the Distillery, with cocktails and more!

BUNCEAROO Presents!An Intimate Evening with Callaghan

Nestled in the distillery, enjoy a one-of-a-kind event with great music in a fantastic venue.

What: BUNCEAROO Presents! Callaghan
Where: Catoctin Creek Distillery
120 W. Main St.
Purcellville, Virginia
When: Friday, August 15, 2014
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Price: $25 - $35

Must be 21 years old to attend. Advanced tickets may be purchased online here.

CallaghanAbout the Artists:  Callaghan

Performing live Callaghan plays piano and guitar and delivers a vocal which earns frequent comparisons with artists like Sarah McLachlan and Emmy Lou Harris. Her songs chronicle stories and moments from her own life and from others. Watching her show you'll enjoy thoughtful lyrics, haunting vocals, and catchy melodies.

Callaghan's debut album, Life In Full Colour, released in spring 2012. The release was the culmination of a journey which brought the singer-songwriter across the Atlantic from London to live and record in the USA.

A long-time Shawn Mullins fan, Callaghan contacted the Atlanta singer-songwriter through MySpace, and after being knocked out by her music he agreed to a rare collaboration.

Callaghan left her London digs and boarded a plane headed for the American South: the experience was the inspiration for the opening track and first single from her album, Best Year. Life in Full Colour was tracked in and around Atlanta with Mullins both producing and playing on the record. Its 12 songs combine shades of folk, country, rock and pop into a fusion of feeling and melody.

Her debut has been getting a great reaction. The Huffington Post describes the album as "joyful listening", while InLiveMusic says "Callaghan's voice is stunning, clear and is perfect for the story telling of her songs"

In Summer 2013 Callaghan released her live album 'Callaghan Live in America' to coincide with a coast - to - coast tour. To enjoy a taste of Callaghan's music please download her free six song EP '40 States and Counting' which draws songs from both her live and studio albums: at noisetrade.com.

Sponsored by BUNCEAROO Presents!


Cork Wine Bottle

At the very heart of Epicurience Virginia, the Grand Tasting is a culinary adventure like no other. This day-long edible showcase brings farm-to-table food, award-winning wines, notable chefs, live bands, and lots of other delicious diversions to the grounds of gorgeous Morven Park.

Guests of the Grand Tasting will experience a whirlwind of activity options in Leesburg’s picturesque garden estate, from chef demos and wine seminars and pop-up wine shops.  (Pssst! Catoctin will be there with a GORGEOUS specialty cocktail for the day!)

  • Sip! There’ll be a multitude of unique Virginia wines to sample from boutique producers and master winemakers.
  • Taste! From cheese makers to pie bakers, celebrated chefs to artisanal producers, the grand tasting tent will feature delectable samples of perfectly paired local cuisines.
  • Learn! Seminars will run throughout the day in the Education Tent, schooling visitors on all things Virginia wine – grape varietals, growing conditions, tasting notes, and more.
  • Watch! Some of the region’s best chefs will slice, dice, and showcase their talents in the Chef Demonstration Tent. Talented toques from 2013′s event included Chef Kazuhiro Okochi of KAZ Sushi Bistro and Chef Roberto Donna of Al Dente Ristorante demonstrating their kitchen prowess.
  • Shop! There’ll be glasses, bottles, and other wine swag for sale so tasters can take some Virginia wine home or share a bottle with friends and family on the lawn.

Rain or shine, this bucolic Loudoun County backdrop will play host to one unforgettable event. Sure to sell out, it’s an epic afternoon for anyone who’s a fan of the edible arts – and an exciting glimpse at the delectable options that abound in DC’s Wine Country.

Tickets on sale now! Click here to purchase!

Hotel Packages and Transportation Packages also available!


Go Back in Time with Period Music, Dancing, Cocktails, and Food!

The Fab 40's at Oatlands

$95 per person for Fabulous 1940s themed, tented party at Oatlands!  Featuring Doc Scantlin's Palmettos, cocktails by Catoctin Creek, wines by Fabbioli Cellars, and food by Magnolias at the Mill.  Ticket includes an evening of music and dancing, two drink tickets, and heavy hors d'oeuvres.  1940s style attire welcome, but not required.

What: 1940's Party at Oatlands
Where: Oatlands
20850 Oatlands Plantation Lane
Leesburg, Virginia
When: Saturday, August 30, 2014
7:30pm - 11:30pm
Price: $95/person.  Click here to purchase.

EpicurienceMagnolia's at the Mill

Magnolia's at the MillIn conjunction with Epicurience Virginia, Visit Loudoun, Magnolia's at the Mill, and Saveur magazine, please join Catoctin Creek as we invite you to a delicious four course dinner at Magnolia's at the Mill.  Our dinner will begin at 6:30pm at Catoctin Creek Distillery, as Scott and Becky, founders of the distillery, greet you with warm smiles and cool cocktails.  We'll tour the distillery and describe for you the magic behind the whisky business.  This sets the stage perfectly for the second part of the evening:  dinner!

After your private tour of the distillery, we'll walk together a short stroll to Magnolia's, where the table will be set for a delicious four course dinner, expertly paired with Catoctin Creek cocktails designed by Magnolia's.  Scott and Becky will join you for dinner, as we describe for you the intricacies of pairing cocktails with meals.  It will be a wonderful August evening!

Epicurience is a celebration of food, wine, spirits and culture in Virginia!  Sponsored by Visit Loudoun, Epicurience is a festival weekend of dinners, the grand tasting event at Morven Park, the 1940's festival at Oatlands, and so much more!  Check it out at www.epicvirginia.com.

What: Cocktail pairing dinner at Magnolia's

We will start with a tour and introduction at:

Catoctin Creek Distillery
120 W Main St
Purcellville, Virginia

Then we will take a leisurely walk down to:

Magnolia's at the Mill
198 N 21st St
Purcellville, Virginia

When: Sunday, August 31, 2014
6:30pm - 9:00pm

$85/person, all inclusive.

Advance purchase required:

Special Dietary Needs:

BUNCEAROO Presents!An Intimate Evening with Chris Ayer

Nestled in the distillery, enjoy a one-of-a-kind event with great music in a fantastic venue.

What: BUNCEAROO Presents! Chris Ayer
Where: Catoctin Creek Distillery
120 W. Main St.
Purcellville, Virginia
When: Friday, September 26, 2014
7:00pm - 10:00pm
Price: $25

Must be 21 years old to attend. Advanced tickets may be purchased online here.

Chris AyerAbout the Artists:  Chris Ayer

Ayer grew up in McLean, Virginia, and got his start singing along to old cassette tapes of Elvis and Paul Simon on car rides. When his dad got him his first guitar as a teen, he started writing songs that same day. After moving to northern California, he started sharing his songs locally, while studying philosophy and music at Stanford University.

Though his songwriting started as a hobby, it quickly became his main focus. "Honestly, I started school thinking I'd study physics, but that changed real fast. And while people around me were playing music and writing songs here and there as a break, playing and writing became all I wanted to do." Though studies in music theory & history at first informed his songwriting, the dry academics of a regimented music department became increasingly uninspiring for him. It was Ayer's interest in philosophy and his affinity to the lyrical elements of poetry that ultimately gave voice to his writing. The works of writers like Ralph Waldo Emerson, Robert Frost, and Rumi, as well as songwriters such as Paul Simon and Leonard Cohen make a significant impact on Ayer's own lyrics.

Sponsored by BUNCEAROO Presents!


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