December 23rd: Reservation pick-up only due to weather conditions
December 26th: CLOSED
December 29th + 30th: Open 4-7pm
December 31st: open 12-3pm
January 1st and 2nd: CLOSED
At Tattersall, we’re always looking for new ways to take our spirits and liqueurs to the next level. Our distillery is surrounded by talented artisans who make delicious beer and cider, so it only made sense to team up and see where we could go together. The results: Unique spirits, bold flavors and a whole lot of fun.
We partnered with our neighbors at Bauhaus Brewlabs and created a whiskey based off of their Stargrazer beer, a German Style Schwarzbier. We take the base grains of the Stargrazer beer, create a malt whiskey, and then add the hops in afterwards to replicate the finished beer. The maltiness of the Stargrazer shines through in the unaged whiskey. Since distilling a lager has almost never been done, we don’t know exactly when the whiskey will be ready. Our educated guess: It will be relatively quick.
Fulton’s Maitrise Imperial Farmhouse Ale (9.5% ABV) is full-flavored, big and 100% beautiful. It’s crafted from a unique blend of American and German wheat and barley malts, New Zealand’s Nelson Sauvin hops and French Saison yeasts. We saw the makings for a killer whiskey at first sip. The maltiness of the wheat and barley malts take center stage in the unaged whiskey and the fruitiness of the Nelson Sauvin hops (related to Sauvignon grapes) will add a beautiful finish to the aged whiskey.
Jim Watkins, one of the owners and founders of Sociable Cider Werks, approached us with this idea after returning from a trip to Portland. He told us that Pommeau was the all the rage in Portland and wanted to see if we’d be interested in trying to make some ourselves. The answer was obvious: Duh! Pommeau is a fortified apple wine, typically from Northern France. Ours starts with Sociable Freewheeler Cider, which is made from a distinct blend of Haralson, Honeycrisp and SweeTango apples. We distill the cider into an apple brandy and then we cut the proof of the spirit to bottle strength (34 proof) by adding unfermented Freewheeler juice. The results: A huge apple flavor, reminiscent of an apple wine.
Stay tuned: We can’t reveal the details for this one quite yet, but we can guarantee it will blow your mind.