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Learn About Your Favorite Distilleries

Distilleries are finding their place in Michigan’s craft beverage scene. To learn more about this exciting industry, take a tour and talk to the experts!

 

Coppercraft Distillery offers tours at their Holland location, available Thursday through Saturday. These tours take you through the process of creating premium, small-batch spirits by hand using local ingredients. Learn how Coppercraft uses corn and grains from a local Holland farm to make their bourbon.

Gray Skies Distillery, located on the north side of Grand Rapids, began whiskey production in December 2015. Last year, Gray Skies began offering weekend tours to guests looking to learn more about craft whiskey and peek behind the scenes at the distillery. They offer two tours: their Gray Skies Tour and the Craft Whiskey Tour, both offering guests insight and samples.

Drop by and take a tour of the Journeyman Distillery in Three Oaks. See first hand how whiskey is made and explore the history of the Featherbone Factory. Tours at Journeyman Distillery include a general overview of the production process along with a unique historical perspective on the building itself. Journeyman Distillery is located in an 1800s factory building with several unique architectural and historical talking points. Most importantly, at the end of the tour, you’ll have a chance to sample Journeyman’s finest spirits.

Visit Long Road Distillers in Grand Rapids for a tour, where visitors are taken through the distilling process and the principles behind it. You’ll get the chance to know what’s in your glass and where it came from. Each tour is conducted by a distilling expert who is friendly, knowledgeable, and eager to answer any question. Best of all, after learning about the spirits, you get to try them!

Great Legs Winery, Brewery & Distillery in Holland is happy to provide complimentary behind the scenes tours of their compact production facility. They produce everything on-site and they’ll  be bottling wines again in the near future. Want to observe the bottling experience? Call or email Great Legs to secure your spot!