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When we released Camp Dennison Bourbon we knew we hit a home run honoring Camp Dennison, a historical civil war camp just miles up the road from Cincinnati Distilling. We are continuing the tradition of honoring history with a double oaked version in collaboration with the Daughters of the American Revolution.

Camp Dennison was home to the first settlers in Milford, Ohio lead by Christian Waldschmidt who called called it New Germany in the late 1700s. During the Civil War the site was home to the Ohio State Militia who used it as a training ground and recruitment center due to its proximity to the Little Miami Railroad that could bring soldiers to the Ohio River.

Today the Daughters of the American Revolution maintains the Waldschmidt Homestead on Camp Dennison. The DAR opens the site up for tours during the summer and ensures the property is well kept. In order to support their mission of preserving the history of the site and telling the story of Camp Dennison we are donating part of the bottle sales to the DAR. Additionally on release day we are selling a tasting experience and screening of our Millcroft Legends and Spirits documentary of which proceeds will be donated to the DAR.

What is a double oaked bourbon you may ask? It's as simple as it sounds. We took our already great bourbon and added it back into a second charred oak barrel giving it an even more complex and toasted flavor.

Mash Bill:

99% Corn, 1% Malted Barley

88 Proof


Pre-order today and pick up at Cincinnati Distilling starting March 9th. We are also doing an event with the Daughters of the American Revolution that day that involves a tasting, raffles and a showing of our feature length documentary Millcroft: Legends and Spirits of which the DAR was a participant in. Stay tuned for those details!


When we arrived on Fountain Square in downtown Cincinnati with March First Brewing and Laveau we knew we wanted to tap into the heart of the city more than just being on the square. We got this crazy idea to proof a bourbon with water from the Tyler Davidson Fountain and this is it.

Why? Some people may ask? What many people in Cincinnati don’t know is that the four figures around the outside of the fountain were actually meant for drinking water and were a very important request by the fountain's donor Henry Probasco during the design of the fountain. When the city accepted the gift of the fountain in 1871 it came with the following conditions that “the city will maintain said fountain in complete order, and forever supply the drinking conduits thereof with pure drinking water for the free use of all who may resort thither at any hour of the day or night.” to this day 3CDC, who manages the fountain, confirms that the water from those four figures is fresh drinking water.

This is the one true Cincinnati Bourbon

Mash Bill:

75% Corn, 21% Rye, 4% Malted Barley

96 Proof


Pre-order today and pick up at Laveau/March First on Fountain Square starting on March 1st!


Cincinnati Extra Dry Gin from Cincinnati Distilling is the newest creation within the top selling Red Sky Gin line! While our base Red Sky Cincinnati Gin is a nice and easy go-to we decided to amp up our botanical lineup. This gin is packed with juniper, rose, cucumber, orange peel and lemon peel. It leans heavy on the citrus with a nice cucumber aftertaste and kiss of juniper.

80 Proof


Pre-order today and pick up at March First Brewing on Kemper Road starting February 17th!

We hold all pre-orders for 10 days after the launch day. If you do not pick up before then we will refund your money and will release the bottles for sale in our taprooms. You can pick bottles up within those 10 days at the location noted during normal business hours.

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