The story of Woodinville doesn’t begin with a 100-year-old recipe or generations of family distillers. It begins with two best friends and a dream.
The dream is to make the greatest craft whiskey in the world by bringing the time-honored traditions of bourbon production into a craft environment — using the highest quality locally grown grains, the best barrels and coopers in the world, the most technologically advanced distilling equipment, and the mentorship of the late, great, industry icon, David Pickerell.
And while the story is still unfolding, after being awarded “Craft Whiskey of the Year” and “Craft Rye Whiskey of the Year”, two years in a row by the American Distilling Institute, things are headed in the right direction.
Every step of Woodinville’s production is done entirely by hand from cooking of the mash to bottling the whiskey. All of the grain is grown by the Omlin family on their small, 3rd generation family farm in Quincy, Washington.
- 7 barrels of whiskey handcrafted per day
- 1,320 Gallon Handmade Pot Still
- 2 Best Friends co-founders