Frequently Asked Questions
What is a Sun Dog?
A Sun Dog is a very special meteorological event that happens when there are ice crystals that reflect and show a halo around the sun and often create mirror images of the sun. Much like our Sun Dog it doesn't happen every day and you need ice to be able to experience that special event. Here are some photos:
Where are you located?
At the corner of Hwy 73 and Dutch Road in Mount Pleasant, NC. About 20 minutes from north Charlotte.
How do I book a tour?
For a tour on a Food Truck Friday or for a Friday or Saturday at 12:30, 2:00 or 3:30 pm you can book it here. If you would like to arrange a group tour or private tour Monday through Saturday please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Do you do group tours on weekends?
Yes, we are happy to welcome your group tour on a Friday or Saturday. We can also do private tours Mondays through Thursdays. We have had a lot of fun welcoming car clubs like the Queen City Corvette Club and bike clubs like Harley Davidson riders. We will do all we can to make sure your group has a great experience.
Can I bring my dog?
We love dogs. We are pet friendly and welcome them. We just ask they be on a leash and that the owner accepts responsibility for keeping our other guests safe.
When are Food Truck Fridays and After Dark Tours?
The second Friday of every month. Food trucks start serving at 5:30 p.m. and finish up around 8:00 p.m.
Can I purchase your spirits at your distillery?
Yes, but only as part of tour. We are allowed to sell you one commemorative bottle per person per year. However, the Mount Pleasant ABC store is half a mile from our distillery and they will let you buy as much as you like.
Are children allowed?
We don't recommend our tours for children, but visitors under 21 are allowed on the Behind Bars tour. Anyone under 21 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian and they cannot participate in any tasting. All children over 3 years old must have a full price ticket.
What else is there to do near you?
There are great antique stores, the Eastern Cabarrus Historical Society Museum and Reed Gold Mine nearby.