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Our gin features an array of botanicals with a base distilled from Alaska Grain. We bottle it at 48% ABV – a more robust gin than most. This gin is built to stand out in cocktails. Our gin is made in small batches, and each batch will change slightly – to see what went into your bottle, follow the link below.

Drink in spring.
Juneau’s greenest Spruce Tip.
From where the forest kisses the sea.
The spirit of Alaska distilled in every grain. Infused in our copper pot still.
Where they sprout in glacier fed water.
To blend the perfect vodka of the season. Gone until the next spring.

Drink in blue.
Juneau’s delicious hues of blueberry. Shared with the hungry bears.
The spirit of Alas ka distilled in every grain. Infused in our copper pot still.
Where they swim in glacier fed waters.
To blend a vodka aromatic and tart.
At this summer’s end of foraging.

ALASKAN MADE AND ADVENTUROUS

At Amalga Distillery, our spirits are inspired by our landscape and our resources. When your inspiration is Juneau, Alaska, the bar is set high.

An Alaskan Single Malt Whiskey. Made in the Scottish tradition, but on the rocky shores of Southeast Alaska. It will be a little while, but well worth the wait. Each release will be unique, using a variety of barleys, including Alaskan barley we floor malt ourselves. Our first whiskey is two years out, but you can pre-buy a bottle now. You will follow this initial cask with a sample of the new make spirit, followed by a sample every 6 months until its release. Get a rare glimpse at the evolution of a whiskey. Find out more below.

FOUNDING CASK PRE-SALE

Drink in pink.
Juneau’s great riches of rhubarb. Harvested from family and friends.
The spirit of Alaska distilled in every grain. Infused in our copper pot still.
Where they grow in glacier fed waters.
To blend a dry and tart vodka.
Born of this rhubarb bouquet.

Drink in sea.
Bull Kelp fresh and salty.
Harvested by a Boston whaler.
In North Pass off Shelter island.
The spirit of Alaska distilled in every grain. Infused in our copper pot still.
Sailing through glacier fed waters.
With a tang of seawater in the vodka’s veins.