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Great little distillery. Since the website says "generous tasting" we opted to take the el. It was a very short walk to the distillery but pay attention or you will miss it as it is tucked back from the main road. Look at some pictures...More
This tour is worth an hour of your time, but I would wait until fall before going because there is no climate control. It was hot and humid the night we went, which made the whole thing a little uncomfortable.
The tour itself is brief...More
The tour and tasting was ok, nothing particularly informative but it was reasonably entertaining and a nice way to spend an hour. My main complaint is that the bottles that I purchased at their shop ended up being significantly more expensive than just buying at...More
Few Spirits provides a good distillery tour and tasting. Because it is a small operation, there are a number of stages in the process that you cannot see on this site--the grain arrives milled and the whisky is aged and bottled at another location. In...More
Few is located in a small building, behind a thrift shop, on Chicago Ave in Evanston. We took the 2 pm tour, Bailey was our guide, she explained the process used in making gin, Bourbon and rye. This place is very small, our tour was...More
Little research prior to visiting FEW but the timing worked out with our schedule. Tour was informative and brief, it's a small distillery. We really enjoyed the history and creativity behind the product. And of course, tasting was the highlight. We were there about an...More
Tucked in a small former mechanic's garage behind a thrift shop is FEW Spirits, the first distillery in the city of Evanston, IL. FEW stands for Francis Elizabeth Willard, the leader of the 19thc temperance movement who lived in this town. Look down the driveway...More
This distillery is tucked behind a thrift store on a busy street in Evanston. If you didn't know to look for it, you'd never know it was there. And that would be a mistake.
My wife and I have been interested in visiting for some...More
I recently visited this fun small place tucked around the corner down an alley from where my daughter lives. There was a group of 8 of us and we enjoyed learning the interesting history of the place as well as the tour of where all...More