Union Horse Distilling, formerly known as Dark Horse Distillery (more on that in a bit), is one of the rising tide of so-called grain to glass whiskey makers – distillers that do everything onsite, from grain milling through bottling. Union Horse now has a re-branded bourbon and rye available to the public, known as Reserve Straight Bourbon and Reunion Straight Rye.

What was then known as Dark Horse Distillery was founded back in 2010 as a family-run operation. The name Dark Horse, however, fell into contention, and eventually the distillery found itself in a lawsuit with winery giant E. &…

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