Old Forge Moonshine is a smooth-tasting, small batch spirits have deep Tennessee roots. Crafted in copper pot stills here in the Smoky Mountains
Old Forge Distillery
170 Old Mill Avenue Pigeon Forge, TN, 37863
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Grab A Jar at the Old Forge Distillery in Pigeon Forge
Stop by and grab a jar of Old Forge Moonshine at The Old Forge Distillery. Located beside the historic Old Mill at Traffic Light #7
Adjacent the Old Mill General Store sits an historical, 100-year-old building that once housed a farm supply store. Now, that converted store is the home of Old Forge Distillery, where copper column stills brew small-batch spirits.
Old Forge Moonshine is made from pure mountain spring water and fresh ground grains. Including the 1830 Original, Chocolate, French Toast and Coffee – all inspired by recipes from The Old Mill Kitchens. The unique tastes and flavors come from natural flavors and colors extracted from roots, herbs and spices.
The Old Mill site is steeped in history as area founders settled on the river for a source of water and a location to build a mill for grinding grains. Today, the Distillery continues that heritage by stone grinding their own quality grains, like wheat, rye and buckwheat, in the mill build by William Love. The Mill is now on the National Register of Historic Places.
Old Mill distillery brews more than moonshine as their focus is on innovation. They brew the full-flavored Old Mill Rum from molasses and an 80-proof Old Forge Vodka. Also produced there distiller’s hand-selected Old Forge Reserve Tennessee Bourbon Whiskey which is aged for 8 years in white oak barrels.
The Tasting Bar is open daily at the Distillery. The Gift Store offers products like hand forged knives crafted by their resident blacksmith, and unique moonshine jugs handcrafted by Pigeon River Pottery, which sits across the street in the Old Mill Square.