Well, our 4th Annual 630 Day party has come and gone... and I am proud to say that it was a huge success and far and away our best 630 Day yet!! First and foremost, a huge THANK YOU to all who came out to support us!  Also, I have to give deep, heartfelt thanks to our partners this year: Modern Brewery pouring delicious beers (their Cambre de Garde - the other half of our collab was a big hit!); Chef Michael Petres & Porano Pasta for serving up their scrumptious pasta!; to Missouri River Relief for helping us spread the message of conservation of our precious resources; and to Rick Jordan for stealing the show with his incredible chocolates!  (If you weren't able to make it, then consider it something you owe to yourself to check out his forthcoming line of barrel-aged chocolates!)

We had a great turnout and while I tried my best to talk with everyone personally, I know that I failed to speak with many.  So please forgive me, but know that I was truly touched by the outpouring of support and love that you all showed StilL 630!

It was a very important day for StilL 630, not only because it's our biggest event of the year by far, but this one in particular because we released (what I hope will be) two of our flagship products: S.S. Sorghum Whiskey and Expedition Rum.  And if the reception they received is any indication, they have a bright future ahead!

As I tried in vain to articulate in my little impromptu speech, it's because of all the wonderful people who continue to support this small local business, that I am able to continue to follow my dream and keep making whiskey for a living!  We still have a limited amount of our new release spirits available at the tasting room and very small allocations will be released to some of our best local accounts.  So stock up on what you love while supplies last!

Also, special thanks to my sister Jennifer and my wife Sidni for all their handwork and help!!

As well as our interns (past & present) who were present and helped out in a big way to pull off this great day!  Thank you Geno, Spencer, and Kyle!