Journeyman Distillery will release its long-awaited Three Oaks Single Malt this weekend, in celebration of their 8th anniversary. Fans of artisan spirits are invited to celebrate with handcrafted cocktails featuring the new release, along with additional features at the distillery’s Staymaker Restaurant and bar.
During an 18-month stay in Scotland, Journeyman Owner/Founder Bill Welter gained a great respect for the traditions held sacred by the Scottish—especially their fine single malt whisky known known simply as Scotch. “We’ve applied the same love, respect, and age-old traditions to the crafting of our Three Oaks Single Malt,” says Welter.
Named for the tiny Michigan town of Three Oaks where Journeyman has been handcrafting spirits since 2011, Three Oaks Single Malt is distilled from locally sourced two-row malted barley and water from an underground aquifer. The spirit is aged a minimum of 30 months in 3 types of oak barrels—imparting a unique flavor profile. Also unique—Three Oaks Single Malt’s organic and kosher certifications.
The public is invited to celebrate 8 years of craft distilling at Journeyman on October 5th from 11:30 AM –10:00 PM with a special allocated release of their Three Oaks Single Malt, plus tastings and special menu features. For more information visit www.journeymandistillery.com.