News and Upcoming Events
September General Meeting
When: Monday, September 30, 2019, 7 pm.
Where: Wigle Whiskey Distillery
2401 Smallman Street (in The Strip)
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
American whiskey was born in Pittsburgh! Throughout the 1700 and 1800s, Western Pennsylvania was the epicenter of American Whiskey production. Wigle is named for one of those pioneering Pennsylvania distillers. In the 1790s, Phillip Wigle defended his right to distill in a tussle with a tax collector and unwittingly helped spark the Whiskey Rebellion, which pitted Western Pennsylvania distillers against George Washington's troops. He was sentenced to hang for treason but was ultimately pardoned by Washington. By 1808, Allegheny County was producing half a barrel of whiskey for every man, woman and child living in America. The gold standard of American whiskey was a spicy, earthy rye whiskey called Monongahela Rye. Wigle aims to bring back this tradition with organic regional grains milled on site, then fermented and distilled in their copper pot still in the first distillery in the City of Pittsburgh since Prohibition.
7 pm - Event begins
7:15 - 7:30 pm - meeting
7:30 - 8:30 pm - tour of distillery by Gayle Manculich
8:30 pm - cash bar
9 pm - last call
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