I enjoyed a mean Sazerac while touring Wigle Distillery, a truly spirited environment with a fervor equal to or greater than Pennsylvania’s post-Prohibition distillers. Since 2012, the rye whiskey begins with local organic heirloom grain milled to grist, to mash, to fermentation and distillation. In a couple hours, we learn of Pittsburgh’s rebellious path to establish itself as the epicenter of whiskey-making in the late 18th century. Our tasting included a number of Wigle products: gin, honey spirits and bitters. The name is a tribute to Philip Wigle, whose efforts to thwart taxation led to the Whiskey Rebellion.
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I normally have to go all the way downtown for wine, but I searched around for something closer. I found Wine & Spirits and was amazed by the selection of wines! Totally exceeded my expectations. I just moved to this area recently and figured I'd give the place a try. Huge selection. They had my absolute favorite wine, which can be difficult to find. I like the fact that they have a security guard near the entrance, and the man tending to the register was so nice! I'll definitely be a regular customer from now on.
I defy you to find a better beer distributor ...anywhere. They have the best selection I have ever seen and they will special order for you if they don't have it. The staff is very friendly and knowledgeable. And they have a great website. I live in Morgantown, WV - which is a 2 1/2 hour round-trip drive - and it's still worth the trip.