Barrels and barrels of projects
In 2022, the distillery will be leaving its original home in Louiseville for a new location. On site, there will be a whisky aging room with tastings of eaux de vie made from local grains, including corn, rye and malt, directly from the casks. “We needed more space, and we wanted the move to enable us to offer patrons an experience,” says Philippe.
Barreled in 2016 and 2017, the distillery’s first two whiskies will be served exclusively at tastings and sold in the new retail space. Philippe confirms that his next whiskies, which should be appearing on SAQ shelves in 2025, will be worth the wait!