Wander With Us
This is where we share our stories of making fine malt whiskey in the Pacific Northwest and of our adventures at the Farm and beyond. Join us as we meet new distillery friends, make more whiskey and play everywhere in between. Sign up to stay connected and be a part of our adventures. No spam. Just good stories.
Celebrating with a large group of friends by having a pig roast is no small venture! Yet, the time and effort you invest will be well-rewarded by the awe and appreciation of your guests as they gather and feast. Phil, our Founder, loves to reward friends and family who help him bottle Wanderback Whiskey with his amazing pig roast, which typically feeds 40-50 hungry minds and mouths.
Wanderback whiskey recipes start with two things: inspiration and ingredients. How they all come together on the “tail” end is really an adventure in itself– especially at The Farm.
Each time we bottle, it’s the unique mix of family and friends, fun, good food and hard work that make every bottle and box we put on the palette...a shared experience.
We were totally UNpsyched to miss this year’s UNRally in the Alvord Desert in Southeastern Oregon, a concept baked up by our good friend, Pete Day. Pete is co-founder of Mosko Moto, a dual sport and adventure touring soft goods company,
His vision was to create a non-event event–an experiment in intentional disorganization. That’s right. UNplanning. UNpreparing. UNexpecting anything but the unexpected.
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Creativity and collaboration. Inspiration and expertise. And malted barley. Lots of malted barley.
Turns out, that was a winning combination for our first release, Batch No. 1.
Small batch whiskey is a term that gets thrown around a lot. Add in malt to the moniker, and that's fodder for quite the conversation. (More on that later.)
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The American Distillers Institute has awarded the coveted double gold to Batch No. 1, Wanderback Whiskey Co.'s first release.
Batch No. 1 is an exceptional American Single Malt made from a mix of four flavorful pacific northwest barley malts, distilled in copper pot stills, and aged in new American oak barrels.
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