In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, Minneapolis was the flour milling capital of the world. No spirits enthusiast should write this off as mere trivia. Minneapolis’s legacy as the linchpin of America’s breadbasket
Behind the scenes of your favorite local whiskey, coopers, maltsters, farmers, and other tradespeople are making key contributions.
New York’s Pedersen Farms grows heirloom rye and other special grains for distillers like New York Distilling Co.
From still fabricators to farmers, craft distillers call upon these professionals to help them make whiskey.
The Minnesota cooperage has patented the Honey Comb stave, one of many innovations it offers to craft distillers.