Journal

“Live in each season as it passes; breathe the air, drink the drink, taste the fruit, and resign yourself to the influence of the earth.” ― Thoreau Although we’ll make any excuse to hop in the 1933 Ford pickup, we’re loading it up with our last autumn bounty of baldwin apples. What the Concord is […]

Everyone’s heard of the gift that keeps on giving…to you. But what about the gift that keeps on giving to others? The Reverend’s Universal Spirit Gift Set contains everything you’ll need to create your own cordials, bitters, or infused spirits, all of which make the perfect gifts for any sensible booze-loving loved one. You can […]

We joined forces with Dale Bragdon of Highland House to create a couple of unique recipes to bring to the table this Thanksgiving. After an evening of cranberry foraging and apple picking, we found the perfect booze to bounty ratios for these traditional Thanksgiving staples. Enjoy a drizzle of Art in the Age Chicory Root in Dale’s signature baked apples or […]

One usually associates Halloween imbibing with strange potions, potent grogs, and the eyes of newts. No so here at the Good Reverend’s! This bright punch will enliven any ghoulish get together, reducing all vibes to the essential. Why wear a costume when you can drink one? Enjoy the Reverend’s Revenge! 1 cup RUS 2 cups orange juice […]

Just a few months ago we sealed our 11th batch of apple brandy and set it to rest in the barrel house. As years go by this crisp, clear spirit will take on the characteristics of it’s oak cask and transform into a warm well-rounded aged brandy. Luckily, with a growing appreciation of unaged spirits and a hint of impatience, we set aside a […]

Von Humboldt’s Natur Wasser is crafted from our house-made neutral grain spirit, infused with tamarind, lemon zest and golden brown sugar. Inspired by author Andrea Wulf’s newly-released book, The Invention of Nature, this complex cordial is an ode to Alexander Von Humboldt’s travels through South America. During his travels, Von Humboldt discovered that the locals made […]

Autumn has arrived, and like Robert Frost’s poem there’s two paths to take in the autumnal woods. Pumpkin “spice”, a mostly artificial blend of flavors whose tradition is barely fifty years old…or our Sweet Potato Vodka, based on a farm-to-bottle history of resourcefulness as old as America itself. Personally, we prefer the latter. Which is why […]