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  • Split Rock Distilling
  • 207.563.2669
  • 16 Osprey Pt Newcastle, ME 04553

About us

We named Split Rock Distillery for a dirt road we travel often—the shortcut between our two homes. It’s the only shortcut we’ve ever taken to bring you Maine’s first organic spirits. When we founded Split Rock, we promised ourselves we would handcraft our spirits the right way. That meant the long way: authentic, small batch grain to glass, selling no spirit not our own. We spent evenings and weekends building a distillery and tasting room by hand in an old barn on historic Route One. We sourced organic grains and fruits from the fields of farmers we count as friends. We demanded organic sugars and drew waters so pure locals still harvest winter ice. We refined our fermentations again and again to showcase the unique signatures of our still. And through it all, we gathered knowledge, inspiration, a helping hand and an honest opinion from other distillers, family and friends, and every stranger fairly met. There is a real split rock on Split Rock Road and we still drive past it almost every day—a rough plug of granite, cracked open long ago by time or skill (or a little of both) to reveal an unexpected smoothness within. That is the spirit of Split Rock. —MATT AND TOPHER

Our interview with Revision Energy

Our interview with Revision Energy

May 13th 2020

Our red barn where we produce all our spirits, syrups and now sanitizer is solar powered with the help from Revision Energy. 

We believe in producing products the right way this to us means making our products from scratch, being environmentally responsible and supporting our community. We started with organic spirits, added organic syrups, and now we are applying the same principals to our sanitizer. 

This week we talked to Revision Energy. We talked about or commitment to reducing our energy usage, how we reuse our waste products, and a bit about our expansion. We have found that what is best for the environment and our community is what is best for our business. Cheers!