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Burnt Church Distillery Names Charitable Partners For 2022

Originally published in Bluffton Today newspaper. To view the original article, click here.   Burnt Church...
Repeal Day, est. 1933

Repeal Day, est. 1933

An explanation of why we celebrate Repeal Day, and the profound ramifications this historic event had on today’s culture.

A Note on Juneteenth

A Note on Juneteenth

Juneteenth, an annual holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, has been celebrated by African Americans since the late 1800s. But its meaning and origin are still not widely known throughout the world

A Creative Way to Get Boozy

A Creative Way to Get Boozy

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?

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Why Gin is the Dark Horse Spirit

Why Gin is the Dark Horse Spirit

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.

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Bourbon & Kentucky

Bourbon & Kentucky

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?

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Traditions of Thankfulness

Traditions of Thankfulness

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.

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Our Mission

Our Mission

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.

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The Art of a Toast

The Art of a Toast

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.

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Our Origin – Part Three

Our Origin – Part Three

We really wanted to build this distillery from the ground up, with every facet being meaningful to this place and the whiskey itself.

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In the Rye of the Beholder

In the Rye of the Beholder

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.

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Dare to Be More

Dare to Be More

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.

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A Creative Way to Get Boozy

A Creative Way to Get Boozy

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?

read more
Why Gin is the Dark Horse Spirit

Why Gin is the Dark Horse Spirit

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.

read more
Bourbon & Kentucky

Bourbon & Kentucky

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?

read more
Traditions of Thankfulness

Traditions of Thankfulness

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.

read more
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