Brand New Moonshine Distillery Arrives in Pigeon Forge

Moonshine barrels

Fans of moonshine will be pleased to know that another distillery is proudly serving white lightning in the Smokies. This July, the Old Forge Distillery made its debut in Pigeon Forge. Serving up genuine Tennessee whiskey, this unique store is housed in a century old barn seconds away from the Old Mill Square.  Read on to learn everything you need to know about the latest place for moonshine in Pigeon Forge.

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1830 Original Pigeon Forge Moonshine

When you visit the Old Forge Distillery, you will have the opportunity to enjoy a selection ofMoonshine jars exciting small batch spirits. The talented distillers at Old Forge employ a combination of ground corn and clean spring water to produce what’s known as the “1830 Original,”  a 100 proof moonshine. Visitors to the distillery can currently choose between three recipes of the 1830 Original, each with their own distinct taste and grain elements. The name of the moonshine is a nod to the year the Old Mill was constructed.

Tasting Bar

A highlight of the Old Forge Distillery is its tasting bar. Open Monday – Saturday between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m., the tasting bar is staffed by friendly moonshine experts who are happy to pour guests a sample and answer questions.

Historic Location

The Old MillThe Old Forge Distillery is located right where the historic Iron Forge was built in 1820. It was this forge that gave the city of Pigeon Forge its name and led to the creation of the Old Mill ten years later. The Old Forge Distillery makes the most of its amazing location by using freshly ground corn from the Old Mill in its spirits.

Where to Stay

Timber Tops is just minutes away from the newest spot for moonshine in Pigeon Forge! Our luxurious cabin rentals are the perfect place to spend your next family vacation or couples getaway. To start planning your trip in the Smokies, visit our Pigeon Forge Cabins page or give us a call at 1-877-549-6775.

 

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