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Catoctin Creek Distilling Co

Catoctin Creek® was founded by Becky and Scott Harris in 2009 as the first legal distillery in Loudoun County since before Prohibition. We are located in Purcellville, Virginia, in the heart of the Loudoun Valley.  Virginia is the birthplace of American whiskey, and at Catoctin Creek, we faithfully dedicate ourselves to that tradition, producing Virginia's most awarded whisky—Roundstone Rye!

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8 Chains North Winery

8 Chains North is a boutique Loudoun County winery located just 8 miles west of Leesburg, Virginia. The winery includes an inviting Tasting Room, extensive outdoor seating, a dog park, and a beautiful private event space perfect for weddings—all with stunning vineyard views. The winery retains the former owner as vineyard manager and winemaker, whose focus and attention to detail is in the vineyard, where great wines are made. This philosophy is evident in our handcrafted Old World-style wines. Enjoy the fruits of our labor in every glass.

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Black Hoof Brewing Co.

At Black Hoof, we brew a variety of beers with an emphasis on traditional, true-to-style German lagers and European ales. Our tap lineup is constantly changing and evolving to include beers for each holiday and season. We offer a warm, inviting taproom, delicious brews, and friendly, knowledgeable staff. We hope our hard work, attention to detail and passion for brewing in the traditional style is evident in each and every one of our beers.

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Bear Chase Brewing Company

Nestled in the rolling, wooded hills west of Loudoun, historic Bear Chase Manor is being joined by the newest craft brewery in the county. The newly remodeled “Brew Barn” boasts a complete 10-barrel system on one side, and a smaller 3.5-barrel system on the other. The larger system will produce the perennial favorites of local craft beer enthusiasts (such as Mr. Blonde, High Pointe Helles, and Anarchy Ale), while the smaller system is used for experimenting with new recipes, producing limited release small batch brews, and teaching people about the art and science of beer making.

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Henway Hard Cider

Rooted in family, the name comes from an old family favorite joke told by Great-Grandfather, Graham Horlander. Ever wonder: What’s a Henway? 

Seasonality and sense of place are our focus. As we incorporate orchard fruits, like plums and cherries, and berries like black raspberries and strawberries, we hope you feel a connection to our orchards and fields with every sip of our hard cider.

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