West Overton Village & Museums announced today that they will open a distillery and tasting experience for Old Farm Pennsylvania Pure Rye, which was originally made in West Overton around 1810.
“In 1810, Abraham Overholt decided to take the family’s private distilling practices public. At the family’s homestead here in West Overton, he began to produce Old Farm Pennsylvania Pure Rye whiskey. He began producing about eight gallons a day. We look forward to showcasing this part of history,” said Jessica Kadie-Barclay, managing director, West Overton Village & Museums.
The goal is to make Old Farm Pennsylvania Pure Rye as it was made in 1810. The rye will be grown on the property and the whiskey will be distilled at West Overton.
“Our visitors will be able to taste and buy the whiskey rig...Read More