• SeacoastOnline

    Wiggly Bridge Distillery, a local family owned and operated business that has earned a reputation for their award-winning, small batch spirits, was asked to represent their product in a collaboration with Romeo Hunte New York, a contemporary luxury fashion brand in New York City this past Friday, Oct. 27.

  • SeacoastOnline

    The fundraiser, titled “Raise the Barrel and Your Spirits” brought together more than 30 people who participated in a fun and invigorating workout at the unique venue of the Wiggly Bridge Distillery Barn in York. In addition to those working out, many more community members and supporters came out to watch and cheer on their peers lift bags of grain, various sized whisky barrels, mash totes, and tires. This unique and fun fitness program was coached by CrossFit Harpoon.

  • SeacoastOnline

    Wiggly Bridge Distillery, a local small batch business, has announced a philanthropic partnership with Make-A-Wish® Maine, and is inviting the community to a feel-good, fundraising event on July 15 at the Wiggly Bridge Distillery Barn on Route 1.

  • SeacoastOnline

    Like alehouses were a couple hundred years ago in Portsmouth, our local breweries are community gathering spots. Neighborhood residents and out-of-towners alike sit for hours playing board games, darts or corn hole, sipping their favorite brew and chatting away. You might take a tour of the brewery and certainly bring the latest release home in a growler or a sixer of bottles or cans. All of that is at Wiggly Bridge in York, Maine, not a brewery, but a small-batch distillery in a beautiful barn built in 1876

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  • 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.

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  • Inc.com

    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.