William Faukner said that “civilization begins with distillation,” and here in Tennessee, the whiskey tradition runs deep and embodies our spirit of independence and community.
Chattanooga Whiskey is proud to celebrate the end of 100 years of prohibition and to finally bring whiskey to the people at the Tennessee Stillhouse microdistillery.
The company’s “Vote Whiskey” campaign successfully changed the law in 2013, and in March of 2015 they made history again with the opening of Tennessee Stillhouse at 1439 Market Street. The Stillhouse, home of Chattanooga Whiskey, serves as a hub in the heart of downtown, offering a unique opportunity for good whiskey, good drinks, and good times.
The Stillhouse, located on Market Street directly across from the historic Chattanooga Choo Choo, serves as the perfect destination for local and visiting whiskey enthusiasts alike. Here, visitors learn about the company’s unique history, walk through the microdistillery, and are introduced to the process of making whiskey. Rounding out the tour, guests saddle up to the bar for a whiskey tasting flight highlighting both whiskey and classic concoctions prepared with Dr. Thacher’s cocktail syrups, made right here in Chattanooga.
Open every day, the $12 Tour has quickly become a top-rated activity. Stop by next time you are on Chattanooga’s Southside to learn their whiskey ways and get a taste of history in the making.
Chattanooga Whiskey 1816 Reserve and Cask is used in craft cocktails throughout Tennessee, Georgia and South Carolina. When you are making cocktails at home, Dr. Thacher’s cocktail syrups seamlessly combine natural flavors and cane sugar to deliver simple, easy, delicious cocktails for you to enjoy with friends.