Tuthilltown DistilleryTuthilltown Distillery

Founded in 2003
Tuthilltown distillery was founded in 2003 by Ralph Erenzo, who made Whiskey in New York for the first time since Prohibition.

The story of the distillery however, began over 230 years ago with the construction of the Tuthilltown Gristmill. In 1788, Selah Tuthill built one of the first gristmills in the area to render local grains into flour.

Situated on the outer fringes of the New York metro area, at the foot of the Shawangunk Mountains, in the heart of the Hudson Valley, the distillery sits on a scenic 36 acres.

They produce a wide variety of New York Spirit, an array of distillery exclusive innovations, collaborations, and goods from local New York producers.

Their production line includes their innovative, Hudson Four Grain Single Barrel, cask finish Whiskeys, and various Liqueurs, their Half Moon Ochard Gin and Apple Vodka, their very own Basement Bitters, some of their popular collaborations include Wood’s Barrel Aged Maple Syrup, Fruition Hudson Bourbon Dark Milk Chocolate Bar, and our Bourbon Barrel Roasted Coffee.

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Distillery Details

  • Country
    United States
  • Established
  • Owner
  • Address
    14 Grist Mill Ln, Gardiner, NY 12525, United States
  • Phone
    +1 845-419-2964
  • Website
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In 1788, Selah Tuthill built one of the first gristmills in the area to render local grains into flour. The Tuthilltown Gristmill was the longest continuously operating gristmill in New York State history. In 1982 it was added to the National Register of Historic Places.