Fresh twists on classic cocktail recipes, progress on the distillery, mysterious local legends, and more. We’ll have it all right here – always served straight up.
Sippin’ Saint Moonshine coming to Burnt Church Distillery end of 2020.
Bluffton Whiskey – coming this Fall to Burnt Church Distillery.
Sin Eater Cinnamon Smoky Whiskey – coming Fall 2020.
We believe that becoming your own bartender can be a little less complicated if your toolset is well-equipped with the appropriate enhancements. An easy way to boost your cocktail game is to elevate your garnishes.
Burnt Church Vodka is so much more than you think; it’s the result of a years-long search for answers to the unknown.
You’ve heard us say that gin is the dark horse spirit. In that same light – we believe rye whiskey is the rebel of all whiskeys. There’s a reason it’s known as that bastard whiskey.
The current climate of crisis has had an effect on pretty much every aspect of all of our lives. The cocktail industry is, unfortunately, included in that.
Women of the early twentieth century were faced with an endless number of hurdles and given little to no room to jump. One of those fiery personalities being the Lowcountry’s own, Anita Pollitzer.
Just because we have to stay home, doesn’t mean we can’t still enjoy a cocktail. We’re just going to make it bar-cart-friendly.
It’s no secret that we’re big whiskey guys around here. We know you’ve noticed that wavering (e) with whiskey and whisky – what’s that all about?
Valentine’s Day is a way to show your loved ones how much they mean to you. What better way to show your love than by treating your loved one to a boozy spa treatment?
You either love it or your hate it. That’s what everyone says, right? Well, we’re not sure how we feel about that. Gin, has many different, distinctive flavors.
Kentucky and bourbon have become synonymous with each other since the original rise of spirits in the 19th century. But, does that mean bourbon must be made in Kentucky?
We’ve rounded up some of our favorite holiday cocktail recipes using bourbon, and want you to try a few this year.
Every aspect of this distillery is born out of Bluffton’s history. Our origin begins with the story of Burnt Church Road, and how it has played a part in the evolution of our community.
Thanksgiving is a chance for loved ones, be it family or friends, to come together and catch up on new life happenings and just be together.
The mission of Burnt Church Distillery has aligned with our spirit from the start. We want to build a place filled with rich history and unique educational experiences that you can’t find anywhere else.
Toasting is a tradition as old as time; something that we do largely without really thinking about it. It’s the natural reaction to a celebration, an event big or small, any and all occasions.
We really wanted to build this distillery from the ground up, with every facet being meaningful to this place and the whiskey itself.
We live in a place that’s rich in history and has deep roots in our current and ancient cultures from past lives.
The second puzzle piece of our origin story falls into place. It has us wondering, what do you want to do with the rest of your life? Whatever it is, we hope you go for it and give it everything you have.
What’s the difference between bourbon and whiskey? Is there a difference?
How Burnt Church came to be is a story that includes a men’s RV trip, a late-night cocktail, and a wild idea. Stay tuned for more!