Washington D.C. Whiskey Tasting Pass
Expiration: Must start using within 30 days of purchase
A history buff’s dream, Washington, DC is more than the federal government. It’s more than the monuments and memorials. The District is a diverse, 68-square-mile city that surprises visitors with its eclectic neighborhoods, local flavor and international flair. Thanks to a thriving culinary community and neighborhood clusters of distilleries and breweries, DC is just as much a destination for food and drink as it is for free museums. Discover why visitors are getting steeped in more than history in the nation’s capital with locally made spirits, Michelin-starred restaurants and homegrown flavors.
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Visit fully functioning reconstructions of George Washington's Distillery® and Gristmill, located 2.7 miles from the estate’s main entrance. Watch the mighty gears turning and the stones grinding at our Gristmill, where Washington produced flour and cornmeal. Within our functioning distillery, you can see where we make George Washington's whiskey. In 1799, it was one of the largest whiskey distilleries in America. Open to the public from April through October. Tickets are included with general admission.
- Distillery And Gristmill Tour
- 20% Off Tickets To Mount Vernon
No matter what spirit you choose to enjoy from District Made, each proud pour comes with an exceptional taste thanks to the heart of rye and 'spice box' flavors.
- $5 Voucher Off Bar Or Retail Tab
- $5 Voucher For Purchase Of Bottled Spirits