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Styled shoots at @chattwhiskey with some of our favorite vendors = MOROCCAN PERFECTION! Check out the link in our bio for a blog post of more photos from @cinderellaphotographers!
User Image chattwhiskey Posted: Jan 18, 2018 6:28 PM (UTC)
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Our Experimental Single Batch Series CONTINUES NEXT MONTH! Stay tuned for news on the next batch(es) by joining our mailing list (link in bio) #WhiskeyToThePeople
Bourboned Tobacco Shea Butter Soap made with Chattanooga Whiskey
User Image chattwhiskey Posted: Jan 16, 2018 5:33 PM (UTC)
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Nailed it! That #Google Arts & Culture app is on its A-game! #WhiskeyToThePeople
User Image chattwhiskey Posted: Jan 15, 2018 1:10 AM (UTC)
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More Cask adventures from our #ChattanoogaWhiskey fan @skandog from Seattle! 🙌 How did you spend your weekend? #SundayFunday #WhiskeyToThePeople
User Image chattwhiskey Posted: Jan 13, 2018 10:41 PM (UTC)
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Come for a tour, stay for a flight! Then tag us in your Experimental Distillery experience! #WhiskeyToThePeople
aesballardAsk someone to name a Tennessee whiskey, and there’s a good chance Jack Daniel’s will be their reply. As the best-selling whiskey in the world, the brand sold 12.5 million cases last year, and their Lynchburg distillery sees over 300,000 visitors annually.

But for whiskey aficionados, the Volunteer State has much more to offer than just Jack. The Tennessee Whiskey Trail, which officially launched last June, maps out 25 stops from among the state’s 30-plus distilleries.

We put together a “whiskey weekend” that included stops at Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery and Corsair Distillery in Nashville, George Dickel Distillery outside Tullahoma, and returned home to Chattanooga Whiskey’s Experimental Distillery on Market Street. Click the profile link to read our article in the January/February issue of Chattanooga Magazine!
aesballardAsk someone to name a Tennessee whiskey, and there’s a good chance Jack Daniel’s will be their reply. As the best-selling whiskey in the world, the brand sold 12.5 million cases last year, and their Lynchburg distillery sees over 300,000 visitors annually.

But for whiskey aficionados, the Volunteer State has much more to offer than just Jack. The Tennessee Whiskey Trail, which officially launched last June, maps out 25 stops from among the state’s 30-plus distilleries.

We put together a “whiskey weekend” that included stops at Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery and Corsair Distillery in Nashville, George Dickel Distillery outside Tullahoma, and returned home to Chattanooga Whiskey’s Experimental Distillery on Market Street. Click the profile link to read our article in the January/February issue of Chattanooga Magazine!
Ask someone to name a Tennessee whiskey, and there’s a good chance Jack Daniel’s will be their reply. As the best-selling whiskey in the world, the brand sold 12.5 million cases last year, and their Lynchburg distillery sees over 300,000 visitors annually.

But for whiskey aficionados, the Volunteer State has much more to offer than just Jack. The Tennessee Whiskey Trail, which officially launched last June, maps out 25 stops from among the state’s 30-plus distilleries.

We put together a “whiskey weekend” that included stops at Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery and Corsair Distillery in Nashville, George Dickel Distillery outside Tullahoma, and returned home to Chattanooga Whiskey’s Experimental Distillery on Market Street. Click the profile link to read our article in the January/February issue of Chattanooga Magazine!
Ask someone to name a Tennessee whiskey, and there’s a good chance Jack Daniel’s will be their reply. As the best-selling whiskey in the world, the brand sold 12.5 million cases last year, and their Lynchburg distillery sees over 300,000 visitors annually.

But for whiskey aficionados, the Volunteer State has much more to offer than just Jack. The Tennessee Whiskey Trail, which officially launched last June, maps out 25 stops from among the state’s 30-plus distilleries.

We put together a “whiskey weekend” that included stops at Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery and Corsair Distillery in Nashville, George Dickel Distillery outside Tullahoma, and returned home to Chattanooga Whiskey’s Experimental Distillery on Market Street. Click the profile link to read our article in the January/February issue of Chattanooga Magazine!
Our new #winter cocktail menu starts Thursday at 8pm! Join us at our Experimental Distillery to try 6 brand new #WhiskeyCocktails including the featured cocktail called “Red Dress” by Matt Lawson! – Cocktail bar open every Thurs-Sat, 8pm to close! #WhiskeyToThePeople

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