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Corsair Artisan is a proud producer of handcrafted, small-batch, ultra-premium spirits. It boasts two locations, including an original distillery in Bowling Green and a "brewstillery" in Nashville. At the latter, Corsair runs an award-winning malt whiskey program and churns out batches of high-gravity beer. The company's story is a rabbit hole of interesting facts—here are some more things to know about it:
The men behind the whiskey: Childhood friends Darek Bell and Andrew Webber started off home-brewing beer and wine in Darek's garage. After a failed foray in that industry, they switched gears and found their groove with spirits.
Endless experimentation: Darek and Andrew are constantly trying new (and sometimes peculiar) recipes. They already make their whiskeys with grains such as quinoa, buckwheat, and amaranth, but their willingness to play with ingredients has also produced such concoctions as pumpkin spice moonshine and an award-winning oatmeal stout whiskey.
Recognition: Corsair's innovative spirits have been recognized in press outlets all over the country, including Food and Wine, Whisky Magazine, and even Maxim. The company has also claimed more than 40 awards, including three gold medals at Wizards of Whiskey in 2014.
About the Nashville facility: It's in a historic building that was once the home of Yazoo Brewing, in the Marathon Motorworks Village. The facility features a 240-gallon still built in 1920—originally a gin still, this classic pot survived Prohibition simply by wearing a fake mustache around town.