Log Still Distillery Expands Distribution To The Sunshine State

Log Still Distillery's Monk's Road.
Log Still Distillery's Monk's Road.

Log Still Distillery is entering a new market this month. In a partnership with Mexcor, Monk’s Road line of bourbon and gins along with Rattle & Snap Tennessee Whiskey line will hit Florida shelves beginning mid-January in Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, Jacksonville, Tampa, Orlando and Miami, the distillery states.

“This particular new market expansion is deeply personal for me,” said Wally Dant, President and Distiller at Log Still Distillery, in a news release. “Florida is where I began my first company in healthcare. I’m excited to return as a distiller and share my grandfather Wallace and great-grandfather Will’s historic distillery in crafting exceptional spirits. It feels like the right place to bridge two significant parts of my life that have been instrumental in my personal and professional growth.”

The Log Still Distillery campus is also home to The Amp, a world-class outdoor amphitheater, a special event venue and multiple unique bed-and-breakfast lodgings. After becoming fully operational in September 2022, the Gethsemane, KY distillery states that it produces 22,000 barrels annually. 

Here are their products:

Monk’s Road Fifth District Series II

The Fifth District line of Monk’s Road Bourbons is a limited-release series of rotating bourbons that pays tribute to the historic distilleries of the fifth tax district. The second release in the Fifth District Series pays homage to F.M. Head Distillery, a distillery operated on Log Still’s hallowed grounds and included in its DSP-KY-47 lineage, where Log Still’s DSP number emanates, according to the distillery.

This expression honors F.M. Head Distillery as an exceptional 8-year-old high rye bourbon finished with a secondary toasted barreling. With a smokiness beautifully complementing notes of cherry and spice, this pour echoes with legends of distiller pioneers and celebrates today’s quality spirit, the distillery states.


BarleyCorn 2023 Gold Winner $99.99 SRP. 50% ABV – 100 PROOF.

Rattle & Snap 4-Year Tennessee Select Straight Whiskey

Classic sour mash aged to perfection over four years, according to the distillery. Notes of vanilla, nutmeg and spice to come to fruition for a long-lasting, sweet finish.

$36.99 SRP. 47% ABV – 94 PROOF.

Rattle & Snap 8-Year Tennessee Select Straight Whiskey

Strong but well-balanced from start to finish with notes of sweet maple, banana and a lick of cinnamon spice, the distillery states. Can be enjoyed neat or on the rocks.

$98.99 SRP. 47% ABV – 94 PROOF.

Monk’s Road Wheated Bourbon

This 4-year-old Wheated Bourbon is light and smooth. Using wheat as the predominant secondary grain, according to the distillery, Monk’s Road Wheated is a sweet and smooth product that’s approachable and balanced. Notes of vanilla and cinnamon spice marry with the dried cherry to create an approachable, warm sipper.

$42.99 SRP. 47% ABV – 94 PROOF.

Fred Minnick Blind Bourbon ASCOT Awards People’s Choice Winner 2023.

Monk’s Road Dry Gin

This essential gin is a unique offering from the rolling hills of Kentucky, with a delicate balance of complementary botanicals, creating the perfect gin for all seasons and palates, the distillery states. Sweet and tangy lemon peel with complex earthiness and spice. A hint of juniper brings it all around in a harmoniously bright blend.

$27.99 SRP. 43% ABV – 86 PROOF.

Monk’s Road Barrel-Finished Gin

Smooth and complex with a subtle waft of smoke, Monk’s Road Barrel Finished Gin is aged in a wheated bourbon barrel and nods to the pride of place, tradition and diligence for which the founders and cousins, Wally, Charles and Lynne Dant, are known. Rich in oaky aroma with vanilla and warm mulling spices that leave the juniper pleasantly in the background, according to the distillery. Overall, a satiny texture polished by distinct barrel aging.

$29.99 SRP. 46.5% ABV – 93 PROOF.

BarleyCorn 2023 Gold winner.

In addition to Florida, Log Still Distillery currently distributes in Kentucky, Indiana, Tennessee, Mississippi, Ohio, Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina, with new states coming soon.


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