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  • Wiggly Bridge Wiggly Bridge Small Batch Bourbon

Wiggly Bridge Small Batch Bourbon

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A smell of peppercorn and prunes, but also sweet with subtle maple, butterscotch, and caramel. The first sip mellows to a buttery and simple syrup finish. There are notes of pepper, warm spices, syrup, pine, and apple butter.

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Wiggly Bridge Distillery is a father and son team in York, Maine. They decided to start a distillery in their hometown, even learning and building their own copper-pot stills. Quality is important to them in everything they do and it shows.

The distillery was started by David and David Woods after a joke at a family dinner. Starting a distillery is no joke. It is a lot of hard work, especially if you focus on small batch spirits like they do. Founded in 2013, the Woods have won numerous awards for their hard work.

What does the name Wiggly Bridge come from? A fun bridge, of course! The Wiggly Bridge was built in the 1930’s and said to be the world’s smallest suspension bridge. It’s a wooden arched deck with a small, green tower at each end.

Just like the distillery, the original Wiggly Bridge is small but quite unique. The bridge name comes from the feeling of footsteps on the 75 foot suspension bridge because it wiggles or bounces and might be more noticeable with company. Local lore says that it was named after a group of girl scouts who claimed the bridge was “wiggly” whenever they walked across it.

The bridge is an important, historical landmark for York, Maine and many of the older townsfolk have fond memories that include the bridge or the woods that lay beyond it. It was a central location for many farmers and traders as well as a great swimming and clam digging location.

The Wiggly Bridge can still be visited today, free of charge, just off state route 103. While you’re there you might as well visit the distillery for a taste and tour. York has many great sites to see and is known as a summer vacation spot.

Bigger is not always better. That’s the case for the original Wiggly Bridge and Wiggly Bridge Distillery. The distillery boasts flavors and purity beyond your imagination and it may just put a wiggle in your step.

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