MISCellaneous Distillery has unveiled its barrel-aged corn whisky, a spirit with a mission.
MISCellaneous Corn Whisky is launched in partnership with Operation Second Chance, an organization supporting veterans and their families. For the past 14 years, Operation Second Chance has been dedicated to providing emergency financial assistance to wounded, ill, and injured veterans, with rent and mortgage payments, utility bills, travel to military hospitals, and lodging for loved ones to be by the bedside of their service member. A portion of the proceeds from each bottle of MISCellaneous Corn Whisky will be donated to advance the work of Operation Second Chance.
“Rated by Business.org as the Best Charity to donate to in Maryland, Operation Second Chance is excited to be featured as a partner with MISCellaneous Distillery’s launch of their barrel-aged corn whisky,” says Cindy McGrew, founder and CEO of Operation Second Chance. As a grassroots organization, we are pleased to be able to raise more awareness for OSC and the many sacrifices made by our Armed Forces.”
In the spirit of MISCellaneous Distillery’s commitment to sourcing ingredients from Maryland farmers and suppliers, MISCellaneous Corn Whisky is produced with 100% corn grown in Carroll County then milled on a grist mill built in the 1800s. It is distilled, aged, and bottled at the distillery’s Main Street location in Mount Airy, MD. This batch has been aged for 6 months in a 30 gallon barrel. It exhibits strong notes of corn with a medium palate and oakiness that isn’t overpowering.