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OUR SPIRITS

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White Dog

Whiskey

At a ratio of 85% corn to 15% malted barley, this lightly aged spirit is a true corn whiskey. Aged in ex-bourbon barrels it adopts many bourbon like characteristics but is far lighter in color and on the palette. It's complemented by an aroma of kettle corn  and finishes with light oak. 

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Cornucopia

Cornucopia is defined as "an abundant supply of good things of a specified kind"; it's no wonder then, that we chose this name to describe our lightly aged, seasonally spiced, corn whiskey which is bursting at the seams with the natural flavors and aromas of fruits and spices.  Sip it on a cool evening, or try it in an old fashioned!

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Puppy Bourbon

Distilled from 85% corn and 15% malted barley, our Puppy Bourbon is named so for it's characteristically young age (5 months). Don't let its age fool you however, it's much more mature than it sounds. Our single barrel, cask strength, "puppies" have spent 5 months aging in 5 gallon barrels, a process that results in a surprisingly smooth and flavorful spirit in a much shorter amount of time when compared to traditional 40+ gallon barrels.

White Rum

Distilled from fine molasses and crystallized sugar cane, our White Rum is a smooth sipping experience that's ideal for those seeking a little more sweetness in their spirits without added sugar. Not in the mood to sip? It tastes great in summery cocktails!

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Spiced Rum

Our White Rum has been infused with a variety of herbs and spices which have imbued this spirit with a uniquely flavorful quality that is far more sippable than you might initially assume of a spiced rum. However, it still hands a certain character to a Rum & Cola or if you'd prefer to dream of a far off island... a Painkiller.  

Howlin' Moonshine

Our Howlin' Moonshine begins as a neutral spirit and is specially flavored after distillation to provide a variety of flavored selections which rotate regularly. It's best served chilled or on the rocks and is perfect for those seeking a smoother and sweeter drinking experience. Make sure to ask a Pack member about our moonshine flavors of the moment!

CAUTION: It may have you howlin' at the moon.

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Lella's Limoncello

When asked about Lella's Limoncello our distiller, Carlo, often reminisces about visiting  Rome where his Aunt Gabriella, Zia Lella as she was known, often tinkered with liquor infusions.  Fond memories of her limoncello inspired Carlo to adopt the recipe and give it an American spin by utilizing our moonshine as the base spirit. Thus, Lella's Limoncello was born! A light tasting, lightly colored, and not all too sweet limoncello born in a Roman kitchen and perfected between two generations and two continents.

Blackstone Gin

Ever hear someone say, "I hate gin. It tastes like pine trees"? We have. That's why we aim to eschew the typical notions of what gin should taste like. Utilizing a proprietary blend of botanicals we have painstakingly crafted a spirit that remains gin by definition but hardly resembles your typical London Dry.  Light and refreshing with some notes of spice, this spirit is the farthest thing from being a "tree in a glass".

PARTNER SPIRITS

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Tailgate Moonshine

Dan Patrick & White Dog Distilling have partnered to bring you Tailgate Moonshine!

Dan Patrick, is an American sportscaster, radio personality, and actor. He hosts The Dan Patrick Show broadcast on radio and streaming on Peacock and serves as a senior writer for Sports Illustrated.

 

In 2022 Dan and his crew decided to create a spirit that fits their fans…something new…something fresh.  Dan wanted something for the home bar, the football game, late night in the garage/man cave and for the flask.  White Dog Distilling and the Dan Patrick team went to work and TAILGATE was born.

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