Discover these five whiskies made by women

We celebrate Mother’s Day with an exclusive count of five whiskies made by women.


Brenne French Single Malt

Allison Parc. Her obsession with French whisky and French food led Allison to create Brenne, a whisky aged in cognac barrels, with fruity tones and the crunchy layer of crème brulée.


Catskill Provisions New York Honey Rye

Claire Marin. Claire’s been mixing rye whiskey on site for three years. She is currently starting her own distillation operation. This rye whisky is best tasted with a dash of amaro, and a touch of orange at the end of a long day.

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Catskill Provisions Founder & CEO Claire Marin will be co-hosting the 3rd Annual Women’s Summit at the @americandistilling Institute Craft Spirits Conference! Organized by The Women’s Distillery Guild, this event makes veteran female distillers, distillery owners, and industry pros available in small roundtable groups to women who are getting started or are coming up in the craft distilling world. Join us today at the Oregon Ballroom, Doubletree Hotel and Conference Center, 3:30-5:30pm! . . #ADIConf #catskillprovisions #nyhoneyryewhiskey #honey #whiskey #beesocial #beeconnected #pollinators #savethebees #femaleentrepreneur #thefutureisfemale #craftspirits #craftdistilling

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Skrewball Peanut Butter

Brittany Merrill Yeng. Skewball was founded by Yeng and her husband. This whisky is the result of Brittany’s biochemistry studies, figuring out how to meld peanut butter with alcohol. The result is fantastic, a peanut flavour, without creaminess or crunchiness. Winner of a Gold Medal at the New York World Wine and Spirits Competition!

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Cheers to the weekend!🥂

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Old Dominick Distillery Huling Station

Alex Castle. Castle, not the owner of the distillery, is however, the master distiller of Old Dominick! In addition to being the first female master distiller in the state of Tennessee.  In nose it has many spices, some notes of black fruits, besides caramel and vanilla.


Republic Restoratives Rodham Rye

Pia Carusone. Pia is the founder of Republic Restoratives, a whiskey inspired by women. Rodham has a lower mash peak than most rye, so it’s not so spicy.

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"Keep going, every day." . . . Former Marine and current General Manager of @cantoncrossingwine, Tenille is no stranger to change. Coming to the DMV from Tuscan, Arizona, she's clearly very adaptable – which is why she says she'd be an Old Fashioned if she were a cocktail: "It's a staple, but very versatile: it can be made with Bourbon, Rye, Japanese Whiskies etc….I'd like to say I am pretty good with change, you have to be flexible in this industry as it is always progressing!" Tenille spent nearly 10 years in a government job ahead of transitioning to the shop – telling us she originally just took up a part time shift to stay busy while her wife worked on weekends. Her boredom is definitely our gain, as Tenille is now one of the friendliest faces you'll meet next time you're picking up a bottle in Baltimore. Thank you for keeping us well-informed and never-thirsty, @tenocon – we'll visit soon! . #itsourduty #womenwhowork #shakethepatriarchy #madeindc #acreativedc #31stirs #shakeuptherepublic #thefutureisfemale #tellherstory #nwhm #eatdrinkdc #makersgonnamake #womeninspirits #womenowned #whorunstheworld #empowerment #trustwomen #herstory #femalewarriors

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Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.