Taking a cue from Josephine Doody, a moonshiner who operated from her homestead on Harrison Creek in Glacier National Park during the early 1900s, in 2010 the distillery first released an unaged white whiskey that could be produced and sold in a matter of months, instead of years. North Fork, Bad Rock Rye and Wheatfish whiskies soon followed and as the saying goes, the rest is history. Since then almost 20 delicious and imaginative spirits have been added to the Glacier Distilling flight. Glacier Distilling Company is located in the red Whiskey Barn along Highway 2 on your way to Glacier National Park. It’s a great way to begin or end your adventure and a brilliant stop for souvenirs and gifts.