Owned by father and son duo Mark and Eric Meyer, Wigle (pronounced "wiggle") is a distillery that makes whiskey using traditional methods --- with a copper pot, local ingredients and a little wiggle.
The distillery is named after Philip Wigle, a German immigrant who lived in what is now Fayette County and was sentenced to death for his involvement in Whiskey Rebellion. a violent 1790s protest against an alcohol tax. He was later pardoned by President George Washington.
While the methods may be traditional, Wigle's facilities are very up-to-date, located inside a handsome, red brick industrial building.
Available for private tours and events, the distillery is open to public for tastings Monday through Friday, 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Saturday and Sunday, Noon to 5:00 p.m.
Some on-site parking is available along with on-street parking.