Ongoing Project: Women in Distilling

This began as an independent passion project, but I’m hoping that through this blog, I can get additional recommendations and continually add to the list over time.

Eventually, I will create a companion post that focuses on women in wine. I’ve mentioned a few during the wine challenge, but I’m always on the hunt for more names and products to try.

If supporting female-owned and female-produced products is as important to you as it is to me (for winemaking and distilling are highly male-dominated fields to this day), please feel free to refer to my list and submit your own products to be added!

Female Owned

  • Montanya Rum — Karen Hoskin
  • Fou-Dré Vodka — Chanel Turner
  • Uncle Nearest Tennessee Whiskey — Fawn Weaver 
  • Skrewball Whiskey — Steve & Brittany Merrill Yeng
  • Wyoming Whiskey — Kate Mead
  • La Gritona Tequila — Melly Barajas
  • 21 Seeds Tequila — Kat, Nicole, Sarika (couldn’t find last names)
  • Brenne French Whisky — Allison Park 

Female Master Distiller or Master Blender

  • Appleton Estate Rum — Joy Spence 
  • Mount Gay Rum — Trudiann Branker 
  • Ron (Rum) Zacapa — Lorena Vazquez
  • Brugal Rum — Jassil Villanueva Quintana
  • Hendrick’s Gin — Lesley Gracie 
  • Ledi Craft Gin — Naledi Gootsch
  • George Dickel Whiskey — Nicole Austin
  • The Sexton Irish Whiskey — Alex Thomas 
  • Cutty Sark & Famous Grouse — Kirsteen Campbell
  • Morrison Bowmore Scotch — Rachel Barrie 
  • Uncle Nearest Whiskey — Victoria Eady Butler
  • Rabbit Hole — Heather Bass
  • Cardhu Scotch — Heather Nelson
  • Doña Vega Mezcal — Sonya Vega-Auvray
  • Herradura Tequila — Maria Teresa Lara López (former)
  • La Gritona Tequila — Melly Barajas
  • Macchu Pisco — Melanie Asher

Who did I miss? Let me know in the comments! Happy Friday, all.

Published by Allie

Foodie explorer with Stardew Valley dreams. Lover of wine but not beer, cheese but not milk, and all things chocolate. Working to learn as many self-sufficient, at-home food production skills as possible.

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