One of the best things about craft spirits is seeing how releases change over time. And has the industry gets beyond the baby stage, the changes can be dramatic. It’s what makes Rowhouse Spirits’ four-year old brandy such a worthwhile spirit to seek out. Distiller Dean Browne is releasing a four-year old version of his PA Brandy made with Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. Quantities will be extremely limited.
Look for the brandy at Browne’s Frankford Avenue distillery in Kensington.
Rowhouse Spirits, which is open on the Wednesday before Thanksgiving is also debuting Nut Squeezin’s, a Nocino, a liqueur made from young black walnuts. The liqueur is the first made by Rowhouse helper, Mary Lutz who harvested the nuts from her Chester County home.