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For 220 years Tuthilltown Gristmill, a landmark which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, used waterpower to render local grains to flour. In 2003, Ralph Erenzo and Brian Lee created Tuthilltown Spirits, converting one of the mill granaries to a micro-distillery. Over ten years later, Tuthilltown Spirits is producing some of the best known whiskies in the country.
Tuthilltown Spirits distills the highly awarded and available Hudson Whiskey line, using grain harvested by farmers less than ten miles away. Meanwhile Indigenous Apple Vodka is distilled from apples grown at orchards less than five miles away. As a commitment to the environment and efficiency, Tuthilltown is currently using waste alcohol and installing solar power as supplemental energy sources.
Guests are encouraged to take a tour and stay for the day and enjoy the family-friendly environment. The onsite restaurant, Tuthill House at the Mill, serves Seasonal, New American cuisine and spectacular cocktails in the historic 1788 gristmill. The menu showcases fresh, local artisan products and ingredients of the Hudson Valley.