West Fork Whiskey Company is a boldly Indiana whiskey distillery. Simply stated, we are hell-bent on creating great whiskey and paying homage to Indiana’s rich distilling history. As three Indiana natives, we brought West Fork Whiskey Co. to life to share our interpretation of America’s native spirit with the world. We create sippable, smooth whiskeys our way — always 100% Indiana from grain to glass. We toast to hard work and uncompromising dedication by paying respect to one of the best grain-producing states in America.
At the end of the day, what matters most to us is being an Indiana distillery that produces whiskey that tastes great to you.
House Bourbon Whiskey – Our HOUSE Bourbon is a rotating blended series. A smooth, easy-drinking whiskey that is perfect for cocktails and rippin’ shots, if that’s your thing. Batches will vary with distillate aged between 2 to 4 years old. Learn more.
High Corn Straight Bourbon – Our HIGH CORN Straight Bourbon highlights Indiana’s number one grain, and plants our flag as a top, corn-producing state. Aged no less than 2 years, this bourbon is full of bright vanilla and sweet corn. An easy drink with lingering créme brülee and soft oak to finish. Learn more.
Wheated Straight Bourbon – WHEATED is an Indiana-made, grain-to-glass bourbon whiskey bottled without chill filtration. A wheat-centric bourbon that is soft and smooth with hints of vanilla and caramel. Aged no less than 2 years in large format new charred American oak barrels. This bourbon has a sweeter touch with rich caramel and goes well neat, on ice, with a splash of water, or in your favorite bourbon-based cocktails. Learn more.
High Rye Straight Bourbon – HIGH RYE Straight Bourbon is an Indiana made, grain to glass bourbon whiskey bottled without chill filtration. Aged no less than 2 years, HIGH RYE shows off not only Indiana’s native corn, but also the rye produced in the heartland. This robust bourbon has a spicy finish and is sure to make the truest whiskey advocates smile. Learn more.
Corn Forward Rye Whiskey – Our Rye whiskey pays homage to some of the oldest rye whiskeys in the nation with its bold, earthy and spicy notes, but remains true to Indiana with a smooth, soft corn finish. Learn more.
Spring Mill was built by Thomas and Cuthbert Bullitt, starting in May of 1817 and completed only six months later. They bought the park from Sam Jackson, who acquired the land for his service in the War of 1812, and the Bullitts sold the village to the Montgomery brothers for $20,000 in 1823. But after their deaths, a son sold it to Hugh and Thomas Hamer in 1825 for $7,000, to be paid over time.
In the 19th century, some called it the finest whiskey around. We still call it that. For years, the Hamer Family operated a mill in Lawrence County, IN, distilling excess corn and selling it to whiskey lovers as far south as New Orleans. Once lost in the sands of time, Old Hamer branded whiskey is ready to enjoy again.
More and more people are demanding a lower calorie, all-natural, easier to consume, high quality alcoholic beverage. These canned cocktails give our fans, and consumers in general, a new and fun way to consume West Fork products. Think of these cans as craft cocktails that you can drink anywhere, anytime, over ice or out of the can. Nationally, these bourbon canned cocktails are some of only a handful on the market and the first offered by an Indiana-based distillery.
Bourbon Peach Tea – Using Old Hamer Straight Bourbon, all-natural peach & tea flavors, this canned cocktail is a refreshing summer crusher. On the palate – Sweet peach, followed by soft tea and a hint of bourbon. Learn more.
Snapback Old Hamer Bourbon, Ginger, & Lime – Using Old Hamer Straight Bourbon, all-natural ginger, lime, and sugar, this canned cocktail is a refreshing take on a crowd favorite. On the palate – Bourbon, ripe ginger, citrus, caramel, honey, hibiscus, spice, and cedar. Learn more.
Highball Old Hamer Bourbon, Soda, & Lemon – Using Old Hamer Straight Bourbon, all-natural lemon, and soda water, this canned cocktail is a refreshing take on a historic cocktail. On the palate – Bourbon, fresh citrus, subtle corn, vanilla, caramel, and cedar. Learn more.