Items Tagged with 'Long Road Distillers'

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Craft spirits maker releases cherry brandy

September 21, 2016
A local craft spirits maker is releasing a specialty cherry liquor. Read More

Craft spirits maker wins international Best in Show award

September 16, 2016
A local craft spirits maker has added another international Best in Show award to its collection. Read More

Craft spirits maker medals at international competition

July 15, 2016
A local craft spirits maker has added more awards to its collection at an international competition judged by consumers. Read More

Craft spirits maker wins eight medals at international competition

June 10, 2016
The award shelf for a local craft spirits maker is getting crowded. Read More

Craft spirits maker wins Best Gin at global competition

May 25, 2016
A local craft spirits maker has won the Best Gin honor at a global blind-tasting competition for gin. Read More

Long Road’s aquavit garners international acclaim

Now the distillery has its eye on producing another spirit that is even more rare.

April 15, 2016
Among the first four labels Kyle Van Strien and Jon O’Connor made was for an aquavit. Read More

Distillery’s spirits win global honors

April 8, 2016
A West Michigan distillery has won its second double gold medal and best of show in an international competition. Read More

Craft spirit makers stand out at international competition

March 23, 2016
A local distillery is on par with a $199 bottle of Dewar’s 1846 Signature Scotch Whiskey. Read More

West Michigan distillers earn plaudits from national competitions

New Holland and Long Road bring home medals for a variety of spirits.

March 11, 2016
Two West Michigan distilleries performed well at the American Craft Spirits Association Judging Awards last week in Chicago. Read More

Distillers grapple with truth in advertising

With craft distilling on the rise, some are cashing in without even making their own product.

January 15, 2016
The story behind a bottle of spirits sitting on the shelf might be murkier than its contents. Read More