Indiana Distilled.

Introducing Tanner's Creek

For over 170 years, Lawrenceburg, Indiana has been distilling, aging and blending fine whiskeys. With this much history, it's safe to say that the people here have learned a few things about crafting great tasting whiskey.

In honor of Indiana distilling craftsmanship, and in recognition of the support that the great people of the Hoosier State have provided our distillery, we are proud to release Tanner’s Creek Blended Bourbon Whiskey.

Tanner’s Creek Rack House Series is a blended bourbon whiskey with barrels chosen for their mellow notes, unique rye spice, caramel and a touch of cinnamon. Tanner’s Creek goes wonderfully with your favorite mixer or by itself.

170 Years of Distilling

170 Years of Distilling

Eight generations. Seventeen decades. Two lifetimes. No matter how you look at it, 170 years is a long time. Suffice it to say, the distillation process behind Tanner’s Creek Blended Bourbon Whiskey is an impressive combination of both science and art. You’ll know what we mean when you taste it.

Tanner's Creek 170 Years of Distilling

Made by Hoosiers for Hoosiers

Made by Hoosiers for Hoosiers

Like you, we’re proud of our state, and the craftsmen who make it unique. In honor of Indiana distilling craftsmanship, and in recognition of the support that the great people of the Hoosier State have provided our distillery, we are proud to release Tanner’s Creek Blended Bourbon Whiskey.
It’s Indiana Distilled.

Tanner's Creek made by hoosiers for hoosiers

Unique Rye Taste

Unique Rye Taste

Well-grown and carefully harvested rye goes into Tanner’s Creek Blended Bourbon Whiskey. Why? Because we think a signature flavor is an important element of the overall taste, not just a selling point.

Tanner's Creek unique rye taste

Blended to Perfection

Blended to Perfection

Experience. Science. Art. Each of these plays an important role in the making of an exceptional spirit like Tanner’s Creek Blended Bourbon Whiskey. Lucky for you, we specialize in all three. Have a taste and see if you don’t agree.

Tanner's Creek blended to perfection

Committed to Indiana

Committed to Indiana

The Hoosier state has supported our distillery for more that 170 years. That’s loyalty. To show our appreciation, we like to go out of our way to give back. Our recent partnership with the Indiana Forest Alliance is a good example of that effort, and an investment in the future of Indiana for generations to come.

Tanner's Creek commited to indiana.

Save Trees. Drink Whiskey.

Save Trees. Drink Whiskey.

Tanner’s Creek Blended Bourbon Whiskey is a proud partner of the Indiana Forest Alliance. To learn more about the IFA, visit: www.indianaforestalliance.org

Tanner's Creek is a proud partner of the indiana forest allianace.

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Cocktail Recipes

Hoosier Old Fashioned
Hoosier Sour
Manhattan
Watermelon Collins
Blueberry-Basil Smash
Peach-Mint Sun Tea Cocktail
Hoosier Old Fashioned

Hoosier Old Fashioned

Add 2 oz. Tanner’s Creek, 0.5 oz Cherry syrup, 2 dashes bitters, and an orange peel in mixing glass over ice and stir. Strain over 1 big cube and garnish with orange peel and cherry.

*Cherry Syrup Recipe

Add sugar and H2O over low heat until you have a syrup. Bring to a simmer and add 8 oz. of cherries that have had their pits and stems removed. Simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. Strain and let cool before using. Syrup will stay good up to 4 weeks as long as its refrigerated. Yields roughly 24 ounces of syrup.

Cherries are very popular on Indiana farms and are harvested in June and July. Some of the towns they are grown in are Medina, Rosedale, Jackson, and Washington.

Hoosier Sour

Hoosier Sour

Add 2 oz. Tanner’s Creek, 1 oz Cherry syrup, 0.75 lemon juice, and 1 egg white in a mixing tin over ice and shake for 45 seconds. Strain into a couple glass and garnish with an expressed orange peel.

*Cherry Syrup Recipe

Add sugar and H2O over low heat until you have a syrup. Bring to a simmer and add 8 oz. of cherries that have had their pits and stems removed. Simmer for 15 to 20 minutes. Strain and let cool before using. Syrup will stay good up to 4 weeks as long as its refrigerated. Yields roughly 24 ounces of syrup.

Manhattan

Manhattan

Add 2 oz. Tanner’s Creek, 1 oz. Sweet Vermouth, an orange peel, and bitters in a mixing glass over ice and stir. Strain into a cocktail coupe and garnish with a luxardo cherry.

Watermelon Collins

Watermelon Collins

Muddle 2 Watermelon Pieces in a mixing tin and add 2 oz. Tanner’s Creek, 0.5 oz lime juice and ice and then shake. Pour entire contents, including ice, into a collins glass. Top with sparkling water and garnish with a mint sprig.

Watermelon’s are available Mid July through September. A lot come from the Southwest Border from towns like Vincennes, Oaktown, and Carlisle.

Blueberry-Basil Smash

Blueberry-Basil Smash

Muddle 5 Blueberries and 2 basil leaves in a mixing tin. Add 2 oz. Tanner’s Creek and 0.5 oz. lemon juice then shake. Strain over crushed ice in a Julip cup. Garnish with Basil leaf.

Blueberries are grown all over Indiana but are very popular on Farms in Jasper County which is in Northwest Indiana. Blueberry season is traditionally in July and August.

Peach-Mint Sun Tea Cocktail

Peach-Mint Sun Tea Cocktail

*Peach-Mint Sun Tea Recipe

To make Sun Tea, take 2 tea bags of your choice and put them in a large jar or pitcher with 7 cups of water. Add 2 sliced peaches, a handful of mint leaves, and let sit in sunlight for at least 6 hours to let flavors infuse.

Sun tea is a popular drink in Indiana and can be made year round as long as you have sunlight. You can also substitute store bough Peach Tea and just add mint as a garnish.

Fresh Peaches are available July through August. The “Big Peach” is located in Knox County Indiana https://www.facebook.com/thebigpeach14/

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