I nice, quick but informative your of the facility and they were mashing while we were there.
A small 100+ gallon still and all of their products are double distilled.
After the tour, we sampled the three current offerings.
First up was their moonshine/white whiskey - New Whiskey.
I'm not a huge fan of white whiskey but the addition of chocolate malt really takes the flavor profile up and is quite tasty. Most of the moonshines/white whiskeys lack any complexity or flavors other than corn & yeast. By modifying their grain bill, they introduced FLAVOR into an unaged spirit.
Second was Tennessee Black & Tan.
An easy drinking gentle whisky that would be enjoyed by most but might not be for the Whisky snob in your life.
Lastly was the gin - which originally led me to the distillery.
While they don't make the spirit they do flavor the NGS with the botanicals and then re-distill and make the cuts. H. Clark recommends this served neat or without any ice or additions.
Bourbon? Not yet - coming late this fall - I can't wait to give it a try.
Great trip to a nice distillery and I'd recommend it if you are in the area.
I went home with a bottle of all of their offerings. #score