Some coverage from our local paper, Loudoun Now:
The million-dollar expansion includes a new, larger copper pot still, replacing their beloved12-year-oldstill “Barney;” a closed-loop glycol cooling system; a new mash tank; six new fermenters; a new spent mash still; and new concrete floors to replace the 100-year-old floors in the distillery.
The installation work began in mid-July and is nearly complete—the distillers are just waiting on the new glycol cooler to come in, which will replace the tap water cooling system.
It continues the constant growth and renown of a company whose spirits can now be bought in 47 states and on three continents.
Read the entire story, here. Photo by Renns Greene, Loudoun Now.