Choose from Four Options
- $12 for a Saturday afternoon whiskey tour and tasting for two with souvenir glasses ($20 value)
- $24 for a Saturday afternoon whiskey tour and tasting for four with souvenir glasses ($40 value)
- $11 for Friday Night Tasting Flights for two with souvenir glasses ($20 value)
- $22 for Friday Night Tasting Flights for four with souvenir glasses ($40 value)
Non-guided tours are run on Saturday afternoons every 30 minutes from noon until 3:30 p.m. Guests are encouraged to roam about the distillery during their touring and ask tasting experts an abundance of whiskey-based questions. Friday Night Flights allow guests to casually make their own spirits flights, and are available on Fridays from 4:30–7:30 p.m. Tours and tastings are held in a casual environment amidst the backdrop of high-top cocktail-tables and Pandora streamed-music.
Sons of Liberty Beer & Spirits
We brew a stout beer and distill it into whiskey. We brew them, then distill them.
True to its name, Sons of Liberty Spirits Company began with a revolutionary thought. While observing the proliferation of microbrews and seasonal craft beers, the company's founders wondered why the same model of constant innovation had yet to translate to the world of whiskey distilling. With a horizon-chasing attitude, they set out to fill that void—and haven't looked back since. Rather than deriving flavors from squeezing out every bar rag in Rhode Island, their small-batch, single-malt whiskeys are distilled from their own flavorful craft beers. Double-distilled from darker strains of pure malted barley and aged in charred and toasted oak, Uprising captures the complex, aromatic punch of its stout beer origin; Battle Cry blends malted barley, rye malt and honey malt for a more complex tasting single malt derived from a Belgian ale. And like many breweries, Sons of Liberty concocts a seasonal Gala Apple variety reaped from locally grown apples.
Though driven by a novel concept, Sons of Liberty quickly established itself in the whiskey community, garnering acclaim from publications such as Maxim, Paste Magazine, Boston.com, and Whisky Magazine, which holds annual World Whiskies Awards. In the meantime, its trophy collection has continued to swell, as the distillery has captured awards from the American Distilling Institute, the San Francisco World Spirits Competition, the World Whiskies Awards, and recently having their hop-flavored whiskey voted Best in North America by Whisky Magazine and they themselves have been named 2017 Craft Producer of the Year by Whisky Magazine.