Manatawny Still Works’ Keystone Whiskey Wins Gold

Congratulations, Manatawny Still Works!
Manatawney’s’ Keystone Whiskey won gold at the American Craft Spirits Association (ACSA) annual awards banquet
Keystone Whiskey was one of only sixteen that received a gold medal out of more than one thousand spirit submissions.
ACSA represents independent craft distillers in the United States.
Keystone Whiskey is the first non-traditional, truly craft-style whiskey to win, pushing the boundaries of what is recognized as whiskey.Typically, whiskey category winners are defined by traditional categories such as “bourbon,” “rye” or “single malt,” and
Keystone Whiskey is comprised of several different batches aged in American Oak for 12 to 36 months. It is a malt-forward, four-grain whiskey made with malted barley, wheat, oats and rye. It has a complex, mildly sweet character, and a pleasant finish. The whiskey includes notes of maple syrup, vanilla, citrus and spices, while the flavors impart honey, malt, cinnamon, flowers and grains.
You can taste Manatawny spirits at the George Washington Whiskey Rebellion Fest, brought to you by the Community trust Foundation, Friday June 8 6-10 pm. Get your tickets now