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  • March 13, 2017FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEWIGGLY BRIDGE DISTILLERY IS RANKED 4TH BEST CRAFT RUM IN THE NATION BY USA TODAY AND THE 10BEST READERS’ CHOICE AWARD CONTEST. York, Maine – September 18, 2016 – Wiggly Bridge Distillery, a local family owned and operated business that opened the doors to their York Beach distillery just four years ago, […]

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  • Best Design Effectiveness Wiggly Bridge Distillery Small Barrel Bourbon "A fresh, contemporary design incorporating classic elements.

  • Portland Press Herald

    The men are believed to be the first Mainers to jump on a trend that is spreading through the rest of New England like autumn colors on a mountainside: They’re making rum and bourbon barrel-aged maple syrups that they hope will lure more sophisticated palates and raise the value of Maine syrup.

  • Eat Drink Lucky


    The artisanal booze biz is growing at a 40 percent annual clip, giving the cocktail generation new batches of gins, whiskeys, and liqueurs. Here's a look at some of the newest adult beverages.

  • WMTW News 8

    This week's Made in Maine features award winning handcrafted whiskeys, rums, and vodkas produced locally at a York distillery.

  • The Whiskey Wash

    One distillery in Maine seeming to be doing this right is Wiggly Bridge, a young outfit whose bourbon recently became available outside of the state.

  • Portland Press Herald

    Craft distillers use local grains – and ingenuity – for distinctive versions of traditional spirits


  • The Dockside

    Family-made, handcrafted goods of any kind tend to possess something special about them that big companies can’t produce. That sentence might bring to mind things like furniture, artwork and food, but at Wiggly Bridge Distillery, it means whisky – and good whisky at that. Run by a father and duo who have a taste for good spirits, Wiggly Bridge Distillery provides York and the surrounding area with some of the finest small-batch whisky and rum around.


    AUSTIN, Texas - On Sunday, Feb. 15, the winners of the Second Annual Craft Spirits Competition were honored during the Awards Dinner as part of the ACSA Distillers Convention and Vendor Trade Show in Austin, and York, Maine-based Wiggly Bridge Distillery hit a trifecta with a 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place finish in the 2015 American Craft Spirits Association's Craft Spirits Judging Awards.

  • Mom Can You Make

    I recently had the chance to meet with the very impressive folks from Wiggly Bridge Distillery, a family owned and operated business in York, Maine. You’re probably wondering what a food blogger is doing in a distillery? I think I have friends in all the right places!

  • The Blueberry Files

    Last Wednesday, I day tripped down to York, Maine and had a delightful peek into the spirited life and business of the Woods family. Dave, his son David, and daughter-in-law Amanda run Wiggly Bridge Distillery on the main strip in York.

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  • Maine Boats.Com

    Dave Woods, 59, owner and operator of Wiggly Bridge Distillery in York, Maine, wasn’t deterred by the rules. Prodded by his son, he began distilling spirits on Montserrat in the Caribbean where he owns a home. That went well, but Woods wanted to do something to keep himself busy in Maine.

  • York Weekly

    Wiggly Bridge products are so far in restaurants and retail stores in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. The company just penned an agreement to distribute to all Hannaford stores in Maine. "We're proud of that," said Woods.

  • Thrillist

    Sixty-one, and counting, to be precise. That's how many distilleries there are in New England producing world-class spirits.

  • USA Today

    Today, American rum is undergoing a resurgence, with distilleries focusing on high-quality ingredients and traditional techniques. 10Best enlisted the help of a panel of spirits experts to nominate the 20 best craft rum distilleries in the nation. Our readers have spent the last four weeks voting for their favorites, and the results are in.

  • TravelMaine

    A reference guide for Maine visitors and residents