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Central Ohio municipality launching first-ever whiskey festival

Central Ohio municipality launching first-ever whiskey festival

Jack McLaughlin

The Village of Buckeye Lake is slowly but surely developing its own fair share of culinary hotspots, and now, its first-ever whiskey festival is about to launch.

The first-ever Buckeye Lake Whiskey festival will be hosted at Buckeye Lake Winery, which is located at 13750 Rosewood Rd. NE, on April 6, from 2-6 p.m. The Ohio Distillers Guild is organizing the festival.

Tickets, which cost $75, can be purchased here. Light food and charcuterie is included with admission, and Buckeye Lake Winery will be also serving its full food menu.


With admission, festival-goers will receive 12 tastings, either as ¼-ounce of a neat spirit pour or a one-ounce cocktail pour. Additional tasting tickets are $3 each.

The event will feature whiskey from the following distilleries:

  • High Bank Distilling Co.
  • 451 Spirits
  • Echo Spirits Distilling Co.
  • Watershed Distillery
  • Cleveland Whiskey
  • Noble Cut Distillery
  • Belle of Dayton
  • Buckeye Vodka
  • A.M. Scott Distillery
  • Toledo Spirits Company
  • Middle West Spirits
  • Woodstone Creek Winery and Distillery
  • Everwild Spirits
  • Motherwell Distilling Company
  • Leather & Oak Spirits
  • Lake Erie Distillery
  • Voudoux Vodka
  • M&O Spirits
  • Western Reserve Distillery
  • Smoke on the Water Cigar Co.

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