Fair Game Beverage Company

193 Lorax Lane, Pittsboro

Up to 60% Off on Hard Alcohol Tasting / Flight at Fair Game Beverage Company

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Guests tour the distillery where we produce our Rum, Brandy and infuse our Vodka.

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Distillery Tour and Wine or Spirit Tasting for Two with Souvenir Glasses

Distillery tour, a tasting flight of our spirits or locally produced wine and 2 souvenir glasses.

Distillery Tour and Wine or Spirit Tasting for Four with Souvenir Glasses

Distillery tour, a tasting flight of our spirits or locally produced wine and 4 souvenir glasses.

Must be 21+

  • Tours are on Saturday at 12pm

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Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. No tours/tastings on event day. Limit 24 per person. May be repurchased every 365 days. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Learn about Strike-Through Pricing and Savings

About Fair Game Beverage Company

Fair Game Beverage Company, like the ingredients of its wines and spirits, grew from the soil of Chatham County. The vintners and distillers that founded the company loved North Carolina's agricultural flavor and wanted to create beverages that showcased the unique local grapes and other crops. They craft their dry Two Step white from a blend heavy in Haw River Valley seyval blanc grapes, and sweeten their county fair-style cordial, Tipper, with scuppernong grapes. They grow sorghum, a long grass similar to sugar cane, in-house, then ferment and distill it into a rum-like cane spirit. They also make fortified wines, halting the fermentation process at the height of flavor by introducing a bit of brandy into the mix. The tradition began as a way to make wines endure long travels across oceans in oaken barrels, but these days the casks and bottles don't have nearly so far to travel. Rather, the distillers suggest just dragging them out to the front porch to share with a friend or two while enjoying a gentle breeze, the sway of a rocking chair, and the sight of the sun's jealous stare.