Last week was a big week for us. We launched our spirits into New York City and Brooklyn, and rolled out in a host of high profile restaurants and stores, including the historic Brandy Library in Tribeca, Astor Wine & Spirits in Midtown, and the Whiskey Shop in Brooklyn.
Leesburg Today was the first to pick up the news, Therese Howe reporting:
With only two years of operation under his belt, Scott Harris is taking on the Big Apple and expanding the business with this week's launch of Catoctin Creek Distilling Co. spirits at several restaurants, clubs and liquor stores in New York City.
“We picked a variety of really awesome clubs, high profile places where we wanted to show our stuff, do some tastings and and create a little buzz, no pun intended,” he said in a phone interview from New York City.
Read more at Leesburg Today.
And then, our local friend and comics editor, Tea, posted a lovely piece on Nommable:
... I went down to the distillery in January and met Scott’s wife, Becky, and got to sit in on a special session where they taught us about the distillation process. I already knew a little bit about distilling, but this really improved my knowledge. I also got to play with their bottling line, which was INCREDIBLY AWESOME, and reminded me a lot of playing whack-a-mole, but with gin!
Read more at Nommable.