visit the distillery
Come for a tour, help us bottle, or enjoy some of our whiskey right where it's made.
Experience a behind the scenes look at how we handcraft our award-winning Whiskey Del Bac American single malt whiskeys. We offer public tours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. Private tours can be arranged by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Sign up for our list and we will notify you next time we are bottling whiskey and you can join us!” to “We're always looking for volunteers to help us bottle our award-winning whiskey. After a shift on the bottling crew, you get to take home a bottle of whiskey that you helped fill and prepare yourself. Volunteers must be 21+.
Save a seat at the Hamilton Distillers tasting room
home of the award-winning Whiskey Del Bac! We offer public tours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. You’ll receive a full tour of the distillery to see how we make some of America’s favorite American single malts. Following the tour, you’ll be guided through a comprehensive tasting of our whiskeys — Classic, Dorado, Sentinel and sometimes a sneak peek of some of our limited releases. You’ll learn the complexity and nuance of tasting American single malts in a fun and engaging way. Bottles and merchandise are available for purchase following the tasting. Tours last about 1 hour and 30 minutes. Cost is $15 – $25 per person. All sipping guests must be 21+.
Public tours on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Bottle with us
Bottle with us
Our bottling crews are a fun way to partake in the whiskey making process! We generally bottle a couple times a month on weekdays. The whiskey tells us when it's ready so there is no predictable schedule that we can follow, as it is purely based off of maturation and taste. On bottling days we have two crews – a morning crew and an afternoon crew.
How it works
Each shift works approximately 4 hours. During your shift you’ll be working with our distillers and other staff members; filling bottles, corking, sealing, labeling, boxing and helping us on quality control – making sure every bottle that leaves the distillery is packaged at the highest standard. At the the end of your shift you’ll take home a bottle of whiskey that you bottled yourself.
A few things to consider:
*Please DO NOT sign-up if you have had a recent surgery or if you any chronic injuries or any injuries at all
*Must be able to lift 25 lbs
*Must be able to stand for 4-5 hours
*Please wear closed-toed shoes
We want everyone to have the chance to join a bottling crew, but we have to make things fair. We have a growing list of volunteers that you can join by signing up below and when we’re ready to bottle, names will be randomly drawn from the list. If you’re one of the lucky to be drawn, you will receive an email and the first people to respond will make that crew. If you’re drawn, but can’t get back to us fast enough, don’t worry, your name will go back on the list!
Please do not call or email us about upcoming dates for bottling. If you are selected for a crew you must show up on-time for your shift. If you fail to report for your shift once you’ve been confirmed, you will no longer be eligible for future crews.