Every Saturday at 3pm we are offering distillery tours. Each tour typically runs a little over 60 minutes with the tasting and focuses on the history of rum and its production methods, followed by our own history and production methods. We then wrap up each tour with a tasting of our core rums and liqueurs. Tours are $15 per person and space is limited. You can sign up on our via the link to your left (or the drop-down menu on your mobile device).
Thanks everyone who was able to help out. We raised $2,098 for Tim Duncan's "21 US Virgin Island Relief Fund"!
9/24/17 - This Sunday evening from 6pm until 11pm at the distillery we'll have a special tiki cocktail menu presented by Lucky Munro as part of his Cane & Grog pop-up series. And 100% of all profits will be donated directly to US Virgin Islands hurricane relief efforts, particularly Tim Duncan's relief charity. Tim Duncan, retired NBA player, future Hall of Famer, and native of St. Croix, USVI has started a disaster relief fund promising that 100% of all proceeds will be directed to the USVI, ensuring it gets to those who need it most. Tim has spent the last week donating his own time on the islands and money, matching up to $1M of donations.
Black Sheep BBQ will also be on hand with Caribbean-style fare which he will also be donating all proceeds.
If you are unable to make it on Sunday night, we'll also be donating $1 of every drink sold this week.
A lot of people have been affected by Hurricane Irma, in the United States and elsewhere, but people tend to forget these are Americans, too. The Virgin Islands are also a special place to me, as well. I've visited about a half dozen times over the last 10 or so years and no matter where I go in the Caribbean, no place ever seems as special, whether it's the people or the pristine landscape and beaches, particularly those of St. John, most of which is protected as a US national park.
Most of what I've been reading this past week appears devastating and it seems things will remain tough for months, even years as they rebuild, especially now that Hurricane Maria has just passed over. I have friends there that I've only just now heard back from (though everyone appears safe). Friends who are fellow business owners, like Cheech and Kevin, who own the only brewery on the island. Friends who I never even learned the last names of, but let me crash on their couch for a few days, none the less. And friends who've shown me how to properly hitchhike out to the distant beaches on the north side of St. John. The lifestyle there has had a profound effect on me and inspires me to do what I do now, not to mention the island's history of rum production and what that's meant for the cocktail world, much of what has shaped Lucky's life, as well.
Please help us raise some money and RSVP.
If you're unable to make the event please consider donating to Tim Duncan's charity: https://www.youcaring.com/21usvirginislandrelieffund-942738
Here's more about Tim Duncan's relief efforts: https//www.theplayerstribune.com/tim-duncan-hurricane-irma-us-virgin-islands/
10/14/17 - Tony's Black Sheep BBQ returns to the distillery at 5pm Saturday night the 14th, with a special Halloween version, Tony wants everyone to come with their best Halloween costumes.
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