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A Little Fremont Mischief Enjoyed By All

By Sean Keeley · September 7th, 2011 · 5 Comments

Almost a year ago, we heard about an impending arrival known as Fremont Mischief, a distillery located at 132 N. Canal Street.

Mischief calls itself “a full-circle distillery where their spent grain is reused and returns, full-circle, as organic compost for local farms and gardens.”

All was quiet on their front for a long time but the liquor finally made its debut last week at a tasting in West Seattle.

Today was their first tasting, and they featured three offerings from Fremont Mischief Distillery, an eight year, and a three-year John Jacob, 100-percent rye whiskey, each aged in charred oak barrels,, three-year 100-percent rye, and a winter wheat full-bodied vodka. A line sometimes 15-people long awaited samples of each.

According to a Facebook events page, the distillery will be officially opening its doors October 1st with a a special tasting party.

You can find out a lot more about Fremont Mischief over at their website.

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