MONTPELIER — The Capital City toasted the opening of the new Caledonia Spirits distillery at its grand public opening on Saturday. As soon as the doors opened at 11 a.m., people started pouring into the 27,000-square-foot facility on 4.3 acres of land off Barre Street, which marked an expansion and move of the distillery from Hardwick to Montpelier, bringing 50 high-wage jobs to the city. There were hourly facility tours, craft cocktail demos at the bar, local cuisine from J.
MONTPELIER — Caledonia Spirits will be the toast of the town when it opens its doors to the public for the first time in the Capital City on Saturday. Nearly two years in the making, the 27,000-square-foot facility on 4.3 acres of land off Barre Street marks an expansion and move of the distillery from Hardwick to Montpelier, bringing 50 high-wage jobs to the city. The distillery will open 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Saturday, with facility tours on the hour, craft cocktail demos at
The Caledonia Spirits team spent the first week of February in Montpelier for their annual Barr Hill Summit. The team descended on the capital to explore their future home and prepare for another great year. Montpelier representatives Mayor Anne Watson, City Manager Bill Fraser, MDC Executive Director Laura Gebhart, and Montpelier Alive Executive Director Dan Groberg joined the group for a group shot in front of the State Capital Building. #caledoniaspirits
MONTPELIER — Brewing, business, and politics joined forces today to break ground on the new 26,000-square-foot distillery for Caledonia Spirits at the aptly named address of 116 Gin Lane in Montpelier. “This has been one of the biggest teams, biggest projects, I have ever worked on,” Said Ryan Christiansen, Caledonia Spirits’ president and head distiller, while addressing the crowd. This is the company’s first expansion outside of its 6,500-square-foot building in Hardwick, w
Vermont Business Magazine Caledonia Spirits, the distillers of Barr Hill, officially breaks ground Thursday at 3 pm at 116 Gin Lane, the site of their new 26,000 square foot Montpelier distillery, tasting room, and visitor center. The official “Ground Breaking & Cocktail Party” is open to the public. Governor Phil Scott and congressional representation from Sens. Leahy and Sanders and Rep. Welch’s offices will join the Caledonia team in the ceremony. The expansion project pic
MONTPELIER — State, city and company officials will be both breaking ground and raising a glass to the start of work on Caledonia Spirits’ 26,000-square-foot distillery in the Capital City Thursday. Gov. Phil Scott, representatives from Vermont’s congressional delegation and city officials will join the Caledonia team in the ceremony. The official groundbreaking and cocktail party is open to the public from 3 to 6 p.m. The project by the Hardwick-based company will include a
Join Caledonia Spirits on Thursday, August 9th from 3PM - 6PM at 116 Gin Lane in Montpelier, VT. Vermont Governor Phil Scott, Montpelier Mayor Anne Watson, the team from Caledonia Spirits, and their building and engineering teams will be in attendance. A brief ceremony will begin at 3:00PM followed by an opportunity to enjoy a Barr Hill cocktail as you check out the architectural plans. Please RSVP using the link here. All are welcome! #caledoniaspirits
MONTPELIER — Caledonia Spirits began work Thursday on a new 26,000-square-foot distillery in the Capital City. The project by the Hardwick-based company is expected to open in May, bringing 25 to 30 new jobs, earning an average of $30,000 a year, according to company officials. The project is on a 4.3-acre site with Winooski River frontage on land formerly owned by the Aja/Zori family, south of Barre Street, across the street from Sabin’s Pasture. Work on the project follows