Baltimore Whiskey Co. is moving its distillery operation from Remington up the street to the Union Collective project in Hampden.
The company plans to start operation at the new location, 1700 W. 41st St., at the start of next year. The 10,000-square-foot location will allow the firm to operate a second still, expand fermentation and operate a larger tasting area.
“Our new system will still be focused on old-world distillation and small batch artistry. The new space and equipment will let us make and store about 10 times what we currently produce for whiskey,” Head Distiller Eli Breitburg-Smith said.
The move to Hampden will coincide with the release of Baltimore Whiskey Co.’s rye whiskey that is currently aging. The company says it will be the first rye whiskey distilled in Baltimore in 50 years.
Union Collective calls for the transformation of 87,000 square feet of former warehouse space into space for several independent businesses, such as the production facility for The Charmery ice cream shop and Earth Treks Climbing and Fitness. Union Craft Brewery will also operate out of an adjacent space in the 138,000-square-foot building.
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