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Tattersall to open new distillery in Wisconsin on Dec. 1

Tattersall Distilling announced its new destination distillery in River Falls, Wisconsin, is set to open Dec. 1. Photo: courtesy of Tattersall Distilling. Tattersall Distilling announced its new destination distillery in River Falls, Wisconsin, is set to open Dec. 1.

Rebecca Omastiak
Updated: November 23, 2021 03:21 PM
Created: November 23, 2021 11:53 AM

A Minneapolis distillery is expanding east.

Tattersall Distilling announced Tuesday its new destination distillery in River Falls, Wisconsin, is set to open Dec. 1.

The 75,000-square-foot space includes a restaurant—operated by Morrissey Hospitality and featuring executive chef Jonathan Newman—indoor and outdoor event space, and a retail section.

Representatives said the new location also includes a rooftop solar panel array and a water reclamation system to recycle all production water to repurpose it for future distillations.

Surplus spent grain will also be given to a local cattle and bison farmer who is also a supplier for Tattersall's new menu. Greens for the food and herbs for the drinks will also be grown hydroponically at the distillery.

"The new facility is a perfect complement to what we created in Minneapolis and this is the logical next step in our evolution as a company," Jon Kreidler, founder and chief officer of Tattersall, said in a statement, in part. "It allows us to really scale our production and accomodate more guests than ever, while putting a huge focus on sustainability."

The new location is the latest in new developments for the distillery, which also recently partnered with fast food chain Arby's for a curly fry and crinkle fry vodka.

Additional information about the River Falls location can be found here.


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