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The first-ever Ohio Craft Whiskey Festival has been announced

The first-ever Ohio Craft Whiskey Festival has been announced

Jack McLaughlin

Get your snifters ready, Columbus.

Next month, the first-ever Ohio Craft Whiskey Festival will take place in a unique farm setting. 

Held on October 16 from 12-5 p.m., the event will feature a dozen Ohio distilleries serving up their finest spirits. Visitors can expect to see the following buckeye state purveyors:


Echo Spirits Distilling Co.

Middle West Spirits

High Bank Distillery

Noble Cut Distillery

451 Spirits

Brain Brew Custom Whiskey 

Indian Creek Distillery

Cleveland Whiskey

Karrikin Spirits Company

Watershed Distillery

Buckeye Vodka

M&O Spirits

And while an afternoon with this many Ohio distilleries is a good time for any whiskey lover, the festival’s venue, Henmick Farm & Brewery, will likely add intrigue of its own.

Located at 4380 N. Old State Rd. in Delaware, Henmick doubles as both a historic family farmstead and a functioning craft brewery, complete with taproom and event space. It opened earlier this summer, and features a reconstructed 1800s barn alongside eight acres of open land guests are free explore.

Complete with on-site food trucks and live music, this seems like a pretty decent whiskey-sipping backdrop to us.

Visitors will also be able to purchase the first-ever Ohio Distillers Guild Collaboration whiskey, an extremely limited spirit created from hand-selected barrels by four different Ohio distilleries.

If you like this, read: A Glass from the Past: Historic spirits brand revived in central Ohio


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