18th Amendment distillery to open in April with old speakeasy feel

Community News |Feb 13, 2017|1 min read

MUSKEGON, MI – 18th Amendment Spirits Companyin downtown Muskegon is set to open its doors this spring after the lengthy licensing process and renovation of the historic bank building.
Co-owners Mark Fellwock and Michael Brower hope to be up-and-running during April with vodka, clear rum, bourbon and rye whiskey. Gin will follow shortly thereafter.
The distillery, 350 W. Western Ave., will also feature wood-fired pizzas, which will use the same recipes as the former Whistle Punk restaurant that was on Third Street downtown Muskegon.


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