Muddy business

Muddy business

A late, wet spring made for a muddy start to the site prep. There's a driveway in there somewhere... 

There's the driveway

There's the driveway

Millie and Weston working it.

A building arrives

A building arrives

In pieces, but still. As our name implies, Far North Spirits IS almost at the end of the world. The truck driver from Texas couldn't locate us with her GPS, so we met her in Hallock and she followed us out. 

A building begins

A building begins

The foundation is staked out, and floor heat is laid. The finished distillery building will be 8,850 square feet, including an aging room for the whiskey barrels and a tasting room. 

Could be a hot wheels car racetrack

Could be a hot wheels car racetrack

Right? Remember those? But it's floor heat.

Weston wonders

Weston wonders

Where we put the cheeseburgers. No, wait. That's the cat. Which we don't have.  

From above

From above

Chartreuse canola fields stretch toward the south and you can see for miles. 

Sky Light

Sky Light

Almost hated to cover up those graceful beams.

Doors are good

Doors are good

Especially when the temperature dips below -30 F.  

 

Go north until you see Canada, turn left at the mailboxes

Go north until you see Canada, turn left at the mailboxes

Unless of course you're coming from Hallock, then it's a right.  

You're in the right place

You're in the right place

And it's worth the drive.