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South Sound Talk
"... Quality spirits take time to age. From a business standpoint, this can be problematic, as the return on investment is measured in years rather than months. Finding ways to mitigate the time needed for this perfection has been a sort of Holy Grail for the spirit business, according to Alan Davis, co-founder of Chambers Bay Distillery. And Alan Davis, along with co-founder Jeff Robinette, looked no further than their own backyard.Read More
Co-founders Jeff Robinette and Alan Davis began Chambers Bay Distillery in 2012. Their passon was whiskey, the pursuit of the perfect spirit took over and they are now expanding into vodka and beyond. -Captain & ClarkRead More
Tacoma News Tribune
We’ve come a long way from vodka, the ubiquitous spirit just about every local distillery made when the area’s first distilleries began opening in 2012. Today’s South Sound distilleries produce gin, barrel-aged bourbon, rye whiskey, moonshine, lavender liqueur, brandy and even ouzo. In all, seven distilleries are open to the public in Pierce and Thurston counties. They make terrific weekend field trips, especially for out-of-town visitors.
Chambers Bay Distillery
Chambers Bay Distillery announces the official release of its first spirit: Ghost Dog Whiskey. Ghost Dog Whiskey is currently available at select bars and stores throughout Pierce County as well as the Chambers Bay Distillery tasting room in University Place, WA.Read More
University Place, Wash.