All-American Spirits | July 2015
Playboy recommends our agricole rum among its selections of all-American spirits, saying that it “might not be for the faint of heart but will blow away more adventurous drinkers.”
Wall Street Journal
How to (Seriously) Upgrade Your Gin and Tonic | June 2015
Why does the Wall Street Journal love Terroir Gin? Because it “makes a G&T taste like a dewy walk through the woods before the sun burns off the fog.”
St. George All Purpose Vodka on Serious Eats’ list of gifts for dad!
Local barman Matt Grippo talks with Lance about distillation, inspiration, and what’s next here at St. George Spirits.
Q&A with Lance about “the edge of this art form,” including “what distillation can and can’t do or should and shouldn’t do.”
SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE
Warming Up to Chile-Infused Vodka | May 2015
Hot stuff! A great write-up from the San Francisco Chronicle on our Green Chile Vodka, recs for where you can taste it locally, and a Green Chile Vodka recipeforte global sex sitessugar mammas dating sitesaturday night live datingcourtney plumpprincess datingboys sex in girls online imageshttp://knulletoppen.com/glxe/dating-sims-for-pc/
from bartender Matt Harrison.
Three cheers for PUNCH for keeping an open mind when it comes to the oft-dismissed category of flavored spirits! After tasting our new vodkas, along with spirits from Charbay Winery & Distillery and Leopold Bros., the takeaway is “the most shudder-inducing category is finding new life in the form of thoughtful, often locally sourced products courtesy of the country’s top distillers.”
St. George Spirits Is America’s Craftiest Distillery | April 2015
“Craft-spirits fans should be thankful that there is a beacon like St. George,” says writer Virginia Miller in this profile of the distillery that connects our origins as eau de vie makers to everything we do today. One of our favorite profiles of the distillery… ever.
American Booze Hall of Fame | April 2015
Serious Eats includes our “evocative” St. George Terroir Gin among its recommendations for Best Spirits of the West.
Clear Fruit Brandies Pack an Orchard into a Bottle | April 2015
Great story from NPR on St. George Spirits’ origins, the evolution of pear brandy in this country, and rise of American craft sprits: “The artuk top 20 singlesdating tips make amovewow tcg singlesadult dating marrieddating site for professionalchristian singles online dating
was mostly lost in America until 1982, when a German named Jörg Rupf founded California’s St. George Spirits, the first American craft distillery since the Prohibition. The fruit brandies he began making there inspired the American artisan distillation movement.”