Michigan Spirits

michigan spirits

Michigan spirits  spirits are available across the state from distillers and tasting rooms to retail locations. They are made with local ingredients and served in a variety of ways, including straight or mixed.

Vodka, whiskey and bourbon are some of the most popular spirits produced in Michigan. They are a staple for bars and restaurants, but also can be found in a growing number of grocery and liquor stores.

There are several craft distillers in Michigan and the industry is growing as more people become interested in local products and supporting their communities. The Michigan Craft Distillers Association serves as a voice for the industry and provides support to its members.

A new bill introduced in Lansing this year will cut the tax on alcohol distilleries that use Michigan crops to produce their spirits. That could help farmers statewide.

Pure Michigan: The Art and Science of Crafting the State’s Most Iconic Spirits

The law was signed by Governor Gretchen Whitmer this week and is expected to be enacted in August. It will allow private wholesalers to sell canned cocktails at higher alcohol content, as well as decrease the tax on mixed spirits.

Two James Spirits in Corktown uses a 19th-century French recipe for their absinthe, which is distilled to a very high proof and then infused with a variety of botanicals. The company also produces a small-batch vodka, Old Cockney Gin and Grass Widow Bourbon, all of which are sourced locally.

Grand Traverse Distillery in Central Lake is the oldest distillery in the state, and it handcrafts its whiskey, vodka and gin one batch at a time. Their mainstay Blue Label Gin is a light and easy-to-drink gin that has a subtle juniper flavor.

Weiss Distilling Co.
34 14 Mile Rd, Clawson, MI 48017, United States

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