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Small Batch Southern Spirits
We are a craft distillery rooted in our Southern home and inspired by the world’s classic spirits. Our rums and brandies are slowly fermented and carefully distilled on an alembic copper still before resting in bourbon oak barrels. With all of our products, our goal is to bring you true Southern craft spirits, equally at home in cocktails, on their own, or over ice. We avoid shortcuts in favor of an honest, slow approach to produce spirits of the highest quality made with unique ingredients and processes, and always uniquely delicious.
A New Approach to Carolina Wines
What began with a love for classic ports and sherries has turned into a whole new expression of what Southern wine can be. Our wines are made with Southern fruit: Haw River Valley grapes, North Carolina mountain apples, peaches from North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia, and blackberries sourced from Virginia. Infusing our wines with brandy, an Old World winemaking technique, allows our wines to be versatile, not so sweet, and pair perfectly with food and desserts – plus, they work wonderfully in a variety of wine spritzers and cocktails. At Fair Game Beverage Company, we are crafting globally-inspired wines proud to call North Carolina home.
Latest News and Events
For those of us accustomed to "eating out of a box," there seems to be a shortage of CSAs around Pittsboro these days. Eva is fixing to change all that. She operates Heartstrong Farm over in Randolph County, and she is going to use our tasting room as a pickup...read more
When people started using Fair Game Amber Rum and Fair Game Apple Brandy in homemade chocolates, we started buying them and selling them in our gift crates. Our Valentine's Crate was designed around the Brandy Alexander (We called it Alexander the Crate), and it came...read more
The other day I delivered one of our Brandy Alexander gift crates to a customer on a construction site. He described last year's Valentines Day. He finished work, ran to the Big Box store and bought a box of commodity chocolates and a sorry looking rose. He said,...read more
When you sell gift crates, the issue arises of what to do with them once the contents have been consumed. Our answer: bring them back. We put a 10.00 deposit on each one. You can either collect a peachback, or get your crate re-filled with 10.00 off. We know this...read more
I finally have a Valentine's Day crate ready to go. The ink was still drying on the artwork tonight when I showed it to a couple of tasting room guests. We had just toured the distillery together--and they each bought one. The crate is built around the Brandy...read more