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Sugarlands Distilling Company, Gatlinburg

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Savor the fine quality moonshine and whiskey, and learn about the history of moonshine distilling at Sugarlands Distilling Company. Taste free samples of authentic brews, learn about the behind-the-scenes processes, and shop for a wide range of moonshine flavors, including apple pie, butterscotch, and cinnamon. Enjoy live music, listen to Appalachian storytelling, and take an outdoor adventure tour of the area historically known as “Moonshiners’ Paradise.” People under the age of 21 can enter the distillery, but they can't drink the alcohol on site. Make Sugarlands Distilling Company a centerpiece of your Gatlinburg vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Gatlinburg holiday planner.
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As gateway to one of the country's major national parks, Gatlinburg offers plenty of economical rooms to satisfy the needs and budgets of most travelers. Good-value motels remain the best option for those looking for adventure in the great outdoors. If you need more than just a decent bed, consider the area's cabin rentals, which provide loads of space and unparalleled privacy. Alternatively, reserve a site at one of many local campgrounds to experience the Great Smoky Mountains at night.
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  • Zac was incredible. We started the tasting about 3 behind, he caught us up real quick. He kept the party rolling and the drinks flowing. Wife wanted to go back an hour later for more apple pie!  more »
  • Fun place to visit. Great atmosphere, nice people, very interesting experience. Shout to " O Damn" . Fun guy, very interactive with the crowd.  more »
  • You receive a sampling of 12 different Moonshine products, and man Taylor could fill those sample glasses right to the top! Had fun, Taylor was a super host,loved sampling the various varieties of Moo...  more »
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  • 1st time visit & will definitely go back. Best $5 I spent in a long time. Was able to taste 12 different shines & received $5 voucher off a purchase. Oh Dammit was our server & he was great! Funny, quick on his feet & very entertaining. Well worth the 5 bucks & your time, we walked out with 3 shines, fun memories & a slight buzz. Thanx Oh Dammit, we had a blast!
  • Went there for my first time, (second time ever doing a moonshine tasting) and the bartender putting on the show went by the name of O'Damnit. Whether scripted or not, he was funny yet still an air of humorous charm and respect, and quick on his feet in response to any jokes or questions alike. Overall a great place with some great shine. I highly recommend any whisky/moonshine lovers to visit this place.
  • This was my first time at the Sugarlands. Tornado was an amazing bartender who came up with funny stories behind the shines he served. He also taught us the tasting techniques and now I know how to get the caramel after taste when I drink the Appalachian apple pie, my favourite one of all. Also, butter pecan and orange cream liqueur are worth a try.
  • This moonshine blows the other place out of the water. Not even in the same category. Thomas was our bar tender and kept everyone entertained. He'll fill your shot to the top. $5 and you leave with a buzz.
  • Such a cool experience. You can taste for $5 and then receive $5 off a purchase. Good luck trying not to buy anything!