First whiskey barreled at Tipsy Tribe

Tipsy Tribe Brewery & Distillery barreled the first whiskey made in Brussels,
Belgium. This American-style Belgian whiskey is a historic milestone for the capital of Europe and the first in a series of other whiskies to be produced by Tipsy Tribe.

Tipsy Tribe Brewery & Distillery (brewstillery) is excited to announce the barreling of the first whiskey made in Brussels! Produced in small-batch and with a unique blend of corn, wheat and barley, Tipsy Tribe has created an American style Belgian whiskey that will be ready for tasting in three years. The barreling took place on the 9th of March, in the presence of distinguished guests and members of the tribe.

Great shot of us trying to get the last drops of whiskey in the barrel.

Made in Brussels
The team has taken great care in making this whiskey entirely in-house, including milling of the grains, brewing, fermenting, distilling, and barreling. No pre-distilled products were used in the making of this whiskey. “We believe it is important to be able to make our own alcohol from scratch to truly call ourselves a distillery. As a Brewstillery, we’re able to capitalize on our expertise in brewing as a basis to
produce fine spirits,”
noted Daniel Fastenau, Brewer-Distiller and Co-founder at Tipsy Tribe.
The whiskey was made small batch – approximately 75 bottles. It will be aging in virgin American oak barrels for the next three years at the Brewstillery situated in Koekelberg (Brussels).

More information about Tipsy Tribe on their website.

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