He was a general, a U.S. president and … a distiller. The most profitable endeavor of George Washington’s Mount Vernon estate during his lifetime enjoyed a resurrection of sorts this week. See video.
Sagamore Spirit Distillery sits on five waterfront acres in Baltimore’s Port Covington. It opens to the public on April 21 with free, hourlong tasting tours through Sunday.
Republic Restoratives used crowdfunding to get up and running in May 2015. Now, supporters of the D.C. distillery can also earn a financial stake in the company through a process known as equity crowdfunding.
There is no shortage of distilleries in D.C. — but there is a shortage of rum. That will change on Nov. 12 when Cotton & Reed opens its doors at Union Market.
D.C.’s newest distillery is filled with the typical shiny pot stills, towering fermentation tanks and rows of oak barrels. But there is one thing that sets it apart from all the others.
This spirit’s recipe dates all the way back to the 19th century.
As distilleries, big and small, fight to make a name in a market dominated by national brands, local business owners gaining a following for craft whiskey are asking Congress to give them a hand.
After a record-breaking crowdfunding campaign, months of construction and a lesson or two in forklift driving, the wait is over: Republic Restoratives is open for business. Here’s a peek inside the District distillery that has everyone buzzing.
Maryland’s micro-distillers join in on a spirited renaissance in the region
D.C.’s newest distillery has quite an interesting past.
WASHINGTON — The District is surrounded by vineyards and is home to several breweries, but the city’s spirits scene has remained relatively small since the end of prohibition 80 years ago. But that’s about to change.…
Recreating the District in video game form was no small task. Here's how the developers did it.