Something is different in Southern Maryland

There’s a crispness in the air.  The leaves are turning vibrant colors of red, brown, and yellow.  And if you listen closely, you will hear a sound that hasn’t been heard here for almost one hundred years.

Did you hear it yet?  You will.  And that sound will start as just a single solitary drop.

When that first drop falls, we will have brought the legal distilling of whiskey, bourbon, and rum back to Southern Maryland.

We are your friends, your relatives, and your neighbors.  We are Tobacco Barn Distillery, and we want you to be a part of this.

The drops are coming, then we will pour.

Let’s keep in touch.

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  1. There is a rich history of whiskey production, legal and otherwise, in St Mary’s County families. I look forward to following your progress and enjoying your products.

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      Hi Nancee – If you’re in the Southern Maryland area, the Social Coffeehouse and Speakeasy in Leonardtown should have a few bottles. Port of Call in Solomons and Blue Wind in California regularly carry it also. In the Annapolis area, it’s probably Bay Ridge. I hope this helps – Sean

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