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Wigle is the first distillery in Pittsburgh since Prohibition and makes all of its spirits from scratch from local, organic ingredients. Stop by the Strip District distillery for cocktails, a sample flight or tour. Our tasting room is open Monday...more
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If you’re in Pittsburgh, this is a must stop. They also have a whiskey tour where you get to see the distilling as well get three tastings. Worth the money, really an awesome place. Not too much standing room in the general area, so it...More
Stumbled in here without any prior knowledge and really enjoyed it! We each got one of their specialty cocktails.. The staff was friendly and laid back, and the space was nice. We'd definitely come back!
Very helpful personnel will educate on tastes or flights of their made from scratch products. Something for everyone to choose from. Whiskey the specialty but do not skip rum or gin offerings. Hour long tours given every Saturday. Reservations needed. A cocktail tasting at the...More
My husband and I stopped in on a Wednesday afternoon because he’s into whiskey. Many have mentioned in reviews the lack of ac. We were there on a warm humid day but the fans made it comfortable. The lady behind the register was very friendly...More
Our daughter like to taste whiskey so my husband and I tagged along. It is a nice open area and she was able to sample some different varieties. There is an area off to the right where they apparently give their tours. Near there they...More
Fun, unusual thing to do. the tour gives an entertaining account of the local history of whiskey-making (The Whiskey Rebellion - you learned about in American History in high school), along with an informative account of how various spirits are made... with tastings to match....More
Joined our conference group here after work for what was to be a tour and taste kind of event - we walked the mile from our hotel (not recommended as there is much construction and not the best neighborhood), and when we arrived, very warm...More