The town of Roxbury Station was a center of the Industrial Revolution. The Shepaug Valley Railroad ran from Litchfield County to New York City. Mine Hill produced silver, steel and granite. Our waterfall powered several mills. Tobacco was grown nearby and rolled into cigars onsite.
The Distillery is located in an 1860 cigar factory, our Event Space is the iconic 1872 Train Station and a lumber shed is now our Barrel House, where we age our whiskies next to the waterfall. The General Store & Post Office is now the headquarters for the Roxbury Land Trust.
We are proud to have won the 2017 Historic Preservation Award for Connecticut, creating a landmark destination for all to enjoy.