IMG_0806-e1459354809247-15053f8f0c3f2ec3f544a51da3c8d6f4d4087b09Coppersea Distilling is a field-to-glass distillery located in New York’s Hudson valley that’s part of a small but growing group of vertically integrated farmhouse distilleries. At Coppersea, every step of production takes place onsite, from growing and malting grain to mashing, distilling, aging, and bottling. Christopher Briar Williams, Coppersea’s Distillery Manager, says the old-fashioned process results in “19th century American whiskies.”

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