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We really enjoyed out time at Indian Creek Distillery. We were the only customers at the time so the young man had time to talk to us about the history and the workings of the place. After a few tastes, we bought a couple of...More
We recently visited this distillery and thoroughly enjoyed it. The owners are dedicated to preserving their family legacy and they are terrific stewards of it.
Rye whiskey has a very different taste. I’m generally a bourbon man, but open to new tastes.
My wife and I dropped by to have a tasting, something we like to do at vineyards and distilleries. Let's admit this up front--their four varieties include a Rye, and unaged Rye, a Bourbon, and an unaged Bourbon i.e. moonshine. It's all quite competent liquor...More
We visited Indian Creek Distillery on a beautiful Saturday in March. The property is breathtaking. Beautiful old homestead, barnes and outbuildings. The tour was very interesting and included a lot of history of the property. The tasting was great....good bourbon and fabulous bourbon maple syrup....More
Heard good things about this small historical family run distillery. Wonderful setting and very good tour full of site and family history. Five sample tasting from small batch all copper stills. Don't miss the whiskey barrel aged maple syrup!
We visited the Indian Creek Distillery n New Carlisle, OH during a weekend visit in Ohio. It was easy to find and was quite pleasant. We took the 2:00pm tour on a Saturday afternoon. There were probably 10 or 12 on our tour.
Back well over a decade ago, when I was still living in Ohio and working as a reporter for a newspaper publishing company in the Dayton, Ohio area specializing in covering the suburban communities surrounding Dayton, I did a story for a now defunct newspaper,...More
We recently took the tour and tasting experience at the Distillery. The tour started with the owner describing the family's history of distilling Whiskey. The distillery's decoration was awesome with a lot of historic touches. Information provided in the distilling area was interesting. We also...More