From the Canadian barley and select botanicals in Noteworthy Gin, to the cooperage making our whisky barrels, every step of the process has been thoroughly researched before it is used in crafting our spirits.We want to showcase our Dubh Glas products however, we also want to educate our customers about our distilling process and highlight everything the world of whisky, gin and spirits have to offer in the emerging Craft Distilling industry.We think you’ll agree that you will be able to taste our passion in every bottle we produce.
He has increased his knowledge and experience by visiting multiple artisan distillers from the west coast and across Canada to the popular distilling regions in Scotland.
Meeting and discussing distilling with craft distillers across Canada, attending whisky events, and his love of whisky and spirits brought him to experiment in small batches at home before making the leap to become a true Craft Distillery in the heart of the wine region of BC.
He has travelled to the United States to attend workshops on both distilling and distillery operations that gave him the experience and education to help him now produce some of the highest quality spirits you will ever get a chance to taste from a micro distillery.
That source water from the ‘dark depths’ has been filtered through the Okanagan Valley, free of pollutants and surface contamination.
It is also reflective of Grant Stevely, the artisan distiller, who has shared the name in his family for generations.
It’s not just about the whisky at the Dubh Glas Distillery – although it is our first priority.It’s about a passion to create a distillery from the ground up that uses the finest raw products and materials available.If you made it to Comic-Con over the weekend then you may have seen some of the hype going on for the live-action rendition of Ghost in The Shell.But if you didn’t, now you can, and from the comfort of your own home, hooray!Dubh Glas (dugh-luhs) in Gaelic means “from the dark water” and is reflective of the source water used in the making of our feature spirits.A well on the property is where we source our pure ‘dark’ water, which is fed by an underground aquifer.