Locally-Owned Craft Distillery
Alpine Distillery crafts four different types of premium whisky (Alpine American, Utah Straight Bourbon, Alpine Bourbon, Alpine Triple Oak) and two varieties of gin (Alpine and Alpine Lake Lily) that are 100 percent vapor extracted from naturally gluten-free, corn ethanol.
This local Utah distillery blends of Kentucky heritage distilling principles and quality grains to create award-winning spirits. Alpine has been recognized as “Gin of the Year” in London and three times in USA Today’s Top Gin Distiller. Additionally, Alpine has implemented sustainable practices that lead “Green Business of the Year” recognition from Recycle Utah.
Can Be Found Here:
- Alpine Distillery – Park City
- Alpine Distillery Bar – Park City
- Select Utah Bars and Restaurants
- Utah Liquor Stores
Having tried the spiced bourbon and the Preserve Liqueur, all I can say is….WOW! These are delicious. The bourbon has an amazing aroma full of primrose and a hint of apricot. It goes down smooth and has great flavor. I also tried it mixed with the liqueur and it was amazing. I could drink it all night! Well done and I look forward to what else Alpine comes up with!” – Eric Wheeler, Google Review
A craft spirits distillery in Park City elevates Utah’s image when it comes to alcohol! Love the flavorful offerings, especially Preserve Liqueur, which pairs well in many cocktails.” – Hilary Reiter, Google Review
Alpine’s flavored bourbon whiskey might be the best whiskey I have ever tasted. Straight up, on the rocks, or mixed this whiskey is absolutely delicious!!” – Joseph Zavatsky, Google Review
Park City, Utah
- 7132 Silver Creek Rd
- Park City, Utah 84098
- Message: email@example.com
Rob & Sara Sergent
Rob is a Kentucky-bred whiskey Master Distiller and Sara Sergent is a Scottish trained botanist.
Sara’s love of botanicals started with her grandmother, who used to host the parish Priest at their home once a week for Gin & Tonics, garnished with local fruit. If a spirit could bond these two, something in it must be special, she thought. That curiosity led to a Diploma in Gin, studies at the Royal Botanical Gardens and a pursuit of the understanding of the power of roots, fruits, berries and florals that could lift spirits, heal illness or just provide pleasure.