NORRISTOWN, PA — Five Saints Distilling and International Spirits LLC has announced that their international award-winning premium craft spirits are now available nationally in 42 states and the District of Columbia. Previously, the spirits were only available throughout Pennsylvania, where the company is headquartered, within the PLCB’s Fine Wine & Good Spirits stores. Now, five of the brand’s spirit products are available online in a majority of the continental U.S.
“We are super excited about our expansion and availability to ship to these other states. Our new friends and family members around the country now get to taste our products, which are enjoyed straight, on the rocks or mixed into cocktails,” said John George, Five Saints Distilling’s Founder and Distiller.
Spirits lovers can simply order online at FiveSaintsDistilling.com for delivery to their home or business. Must be 21 years of age or older, and an adult signature is required for delivery.
Established in 2014, Five Saints opened its doors in 2016 and now offers seven different award-winning spirits that include Vodka, White Whiskey, Savory Tuscan Gin, Maple Bourbon Butter Pecan Rum, Blood Orange Liqueur, Raspberry Lavender Absinthe, and a Rare PA “Bourbon Style” 100 Proof Whiskey.
Five Saints Distilling is a member of the American Distilling Institute and is located at 129 East Main Street in Norristown, PA. In 2018 the ADI awarded Five Saints with the “Best Repurposed Building to a Distillery” to honor the renovation and use of the Historic Humane Fire Engine Company No. 1, which was built in the late 1880’s. The unique micro-distillery was established to honor five men dedicated to quality, family, and community. “The experience we strive to provide all who visit Five Saints or enjoy our spirits is to relax, connect, enjoy and savor quality time with friends and family,” said George. “I always remind folks if someone asks what you’re doing as you’re enjoying our spirits to tell the truth – ‘We’re hanging out with Five Saints and Friends!'”
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