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Wigle Whiskey Distillery Private Tour

with the Pittsburgh Juniata Club

Join alumni, parents, family and friends for a private tour of Pittsburgh’s newest small-batch whiskey distillery, located in Pittsburgh’s historic Strip District. The tour includes a whiskey cocktail to start, a hands-on tour of the distillation process, a history of the Whiskey Rebellion told through the eyes of Philip Wigle, and a short how-to-drink whiskey class. The total length of the tour is one hour, and is limited in size to a maximum of 24 participants, in order to ensure a fun experience for everyone!

Afterwards, feel free to explore the Strip District and enjoy all of its wonderful shopping amenities, or gather for lunch at one of the local establishments.

Attendee List

9 registrants (Note: Some registrants may have chosen not to appear in this list.)

  • Bill Charlton
  • Jeff Craft '00
  • Tara Craft
  • Carolyn Eshelman
  • Curtis Eshelman
  • Nik Klena '12
  • Patty Renwick '85
  • Laura Rupprecht '10
  • Dawna Saunders (Yannacci) '81

Location

Wigle Whiskey
2401 Smallman Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15222
www.wiglewhiskey.com

Date

Saturday, April 27, 2013

Time

10:45 a.m. – Arrival and check-in with your Juniata hosts
11:00 a.m. – Tour
12:30 p.m. -- Lunch or shopping on your own

Cost

$25.00 per person (includes tour and tasting)

RSVP

Register online by Friday, April 12, 2013.

Contact Information

For more information, please contact Patty Renwick ’85 by e-mail or contact the Alumni Office by e-mail or by phone, toll-free, at 1-877-JUNIATA (586-4282).

Directions and Travel Information

Wigle Whiskey is located in Pittsburgh’s Strip District, at the intersection of 24th and Smallman Streets, with easy access from Route 28, Interstate 279 and the 16th Street Bridge. Free parking is located in an adjacent parking lot that adjoins the distillery building, and there are several paid-parking surface lots and garages close to the distillery. There is also limited metered on-street parking.

Special thanks to Patty Renwick ‘85 for organizing this event!