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Atlanta’s Newest Distillery, ASW Distillery is Now Open for Tours and Tastings

Atlanta’s Newest Distillery, ASW Distillery is Now Open for Tours and Tastings


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Go on an “adult field trip” through Atlanta’s newest attraction featuring tours and whiskey tastings

At this Atlanta craft whiskey and brandy distillery Vendome copper pot stills are used to refine and perfect the liquor.

ASW Distillery, Atlanta’s newest distillery, opened its doors at the end of July for “adult field trips” featuring tours and whiskey tastings in a sleek new space in the new Armour Yards neighborhood. - 4:30 p.m.

Take a tour and learn about ASW’s Scotch-style distilling processes, which include impressive copper pot stills — the same tools used in Scotland for centuries to craft the flavors most Americans associate with single malt Scotch and, increasingly, high-quality bourbon. Your tour guide will describe the grain-in distillation process (very scientific and precise!), which produces products including a smooth whiskey that mixes well with pretty much anything (American Spirit Whiskey, the original namesake) as well as single malts and multiple bourbons planned later this year. After your tour, try three samples of various whiskeys in the tasting room.

ASW celebrated with a “quiet opening” party at the chic Stave Room event space next to the Distillery featuring the aptly selected local band Quiet Hounds. The event offered cocktails and craft beer, as well as Fox Bros. BBQ, with its new Fox Bros. BBQ Commissary nearby in Armour Yards. Other neighbors include popular Sweetwater Brewery, Project Open Hand, and Georgia Organics, a non-profit organization dedicated to promulgating organic food in Georgia.

Note: situated between Buckhead and Midtown Atlanta, the “Armour Yards Campus” is becoming a destination for the creative community with easy access to the Beltline.

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ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


ASW™ – Licensed Whiskey Bootlegger Distillery


ASW™ (American Spirit Whiskey) Distillery’s
Jim Chasteen’s business card reads “Founder & Licensed Bootlegger.”

Not only is it a pretty cool title but it gives us a peek into the culture of the Atlanta craft spirits distillery. Jim and his partner Charlie Thompson do take their business seriously. The motto they live and brew by is Crafted with Character.

However, there is also a sense of fun. The first clue is the doghouse you see as you walk up to the front door of the distillery.

Then there is the rye malt whiskey named White Dog. Hmm… where is the dog you may ask? The back-story of white dog is that ASW™ products are created with un-aged whiskey or what was known, back in the day as white dog.”

ASW™ is part of the growing craft spirits distillery industry capturing the imagination and wallets (!) of fans who love small batch whiskey, gin, vodka and rum. ASW™ is Georgia’s largest craft distillery with a focus on whiskies and bourbons. Their 6,500-square-foot facility includes a tasting room with a gorgeous bar.

Recently ASW™ introduced a new whiskey, Fiddler, to its repertoire. Fiddle is a high wheat bourbon whiskey. I was invited, via Culinary Local, to attend an official first tasting. It was a treat to enjoy Fiddler before it was even available retail which by the way goes on sale November 1, 2016.

The Fiddler Taste. — For me this was a whiskey that was surprisingly smooth. What I noticed most were notes of caramel along with some citrus. The extra bonus was a lovely lingering after taste.

The distillery process for in-house whiskies begins in the custom-built dual Vendome copper pot system that would bring tears to those back-woods bootleggers. This aint your granddaddy’s still.. for sure!

Then the spirits spend time hangin’ out in charred oak quarter casks.

The tasting included a generous sip of two other whiskies and —

a tour of the distillery. The tour of ASW™ Distillery was great fun and a unique way to spend an afternoon. How often do you get to go behind the scenes of a craft whiskey distillery? Not very. Our tour guide was extremely knowledgable and patient as he answered questions about every aspect of the distillery and whiskey making.

The extra good news is ASW™ offers Adult Tours including tastings to the general public on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Thoughts are it would make a great GNO, a different place to take out of town guests or a date night.

If you like your whiskey as a cocktail

checkout the ASW™ website for recipes like The Labrador made with lemonade!


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